Ideas and Imagination

<quote from Real Faith & Reason, vol 2>

As we already discovered, the axiomatic thinking fallacy isn’t a rational basis for thought and is the most basic of all fallacies. It’s most basic because axioms are simply assumptions that we dogmatically believe without proof. Axiomatic thinking says:

“I made this up. Therefore, it’s true.”

They claim that axioms are true without proof. Reasoning always relies on either divine revelation or axiomatic thinking fallacies. Therefore, we again see that axiomatic thinking fallacies don’t provide a true premise. Axiomatic thinking fallacies don’t provide a way to be rational. Revelation does provide a true premise and thus a way to be rational.

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