Posts Tagged ‘ epistemology ’

What if we’re wrong?

What if we’re wrong?

What if we’re wrong? Do you ever allow yourself space for that question? Or what about this one: What if I am wrong? My point is that so many of us—myself included—are driven by a strong sense of faith, of self—and of epistemology. Personally, I hold these points as virtues, as strengths Read more [...]

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How do you know what you know?

January 2, 2013
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How do you know what you know?

About a year ago, I wrote a blog post which I called “4 Things I’m Glad I Don’t Know for Sure.”  I reflected on the wonder of faith, and the miracle of the unknown as it adds nuance and “magic” to our existence. Today I received an email from a distant friend espousing a very…

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