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There Are Plenty Of Non-provable Beliefs

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Posted by Harvey on August 29, 2001 00:46:32 UTC

Mario,

Mathematics and logic are entirely based on unprovable assertions. Of course, what you really mean, I suppose, is that some beliefs have no validity in their assumptions. That is, there is no strong physical evidence to imply the assumption. This is where I disagree in regards to theism. From my perspective there is a greater reason to believe than not. But, of course, this is itself unprovable.

Warm regards, Harv

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