We recognize that knowledge differs from an opinion, and that truth differs from a viewpoint. Opinions are easy. For opinions, we need only make up stuff and believe it. Then, we pretend that the made-up stuff is reasonable so we can convince ourselves that we’re right. For opinions, we still have a reason to believe, but we don’t need to base our reasoning on anything real. Opinions are mere suppositions in our minds or the minds of others since opinions just give the illusion of sanity.
Scientia, “Real Faith & Reason Journey”
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