Reason and Religious Beliefs 7.3

McShane claims that real science is when you haven’t got a hypothesis, but you have a puzzle. He mentions convenient symbols, e.g., K=CUE (knowledge = correctly understanding experience), that are helpful for identifying Plato’s Cave. He underscores the relationship between kindliness and understanding. Some of the questions raised in this session:

  • Are ideas more real than what we see?
  • Can a definition be seen?
  • Is faith a conviction of friendliness?
  • Is it possible to question one’s faith without doubting it?

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