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Thoughts on how I perceive the world – inspiration and the “I don’t know” – with remarks about Socrates, philosophy, Odin, and belief

Here’s a thought I had: Nowadays, there is a tendency to equate our perception of the world as a form of “ultimate knowledge”.  It is treated as a ‘fact’ before us, like the sky or a mountain.  Because of this, the world is perceived as … Continue reading

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Thoughts on finding a ‘language of world perception’

Just recently, I was looking at some of the religious/philosophical/scientific debates from the 1800’s.  It made me chuckle how serious they took the god/science thing (“can one believe in god when one believes in science?) or the evolution/religion thing (“evolution proves religion … Continue reading

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