Janic wrote:humus »07/01/22, 10:53
Janic wrote:Their only common point is to believe because it is anchored in the culture of peoples, including those who say or pretend not to believe.On the contrary, not asking yourself questions, which are fundamental, is much simpler, and even simplifying, than asking yourself questions (even partially insoluble). If some had not asked themselves the question of the roundness of the earth, of heliocentrism; we would still be at the flat earth and the earth at the center of the universe which are in the visible.It is especially easier, less headache to believe in God or to believe that there is nothing.
Few seriously and honestly explore the subject.
PS: I was not thinking only of believing in a religious discourse, but well on a daily basis, and on many subjects like vaccine or not vaccine, each one in believes what he wants to believe!.
What is the problem ???
"Quite the contrary" then paraphrase what I'm saying?
After "quite the contrary" we do not say the same thing as the other, except for dupond and dupont.
"To believe" and "not to believe" is not to ask questions.