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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on October 21, 2001 20:22:01 UTC


By "both" (of "you're both dogmatic"), I meant Alex & Harv, but your opinions are just as valid as anyone else's.

By "agnostic," I mean I can't stop questioning a belief. I tend to lean more towards some beliefs than others, but I can never bring myself to say, "Yep. That's exactly the way things are. No more questions required." The only position I hold with any sort of 'certainty' is my agnosticism. I do not know, therefore I am, I think. LOL.

Maybe it seems like my answer corresponds to your choice #4 (that the concept of knowing something that isn't provable in principle is meaningless), but I couldn't assert this with certitude either.


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