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Instructions and Help about Where Form 5495 Opinions

I have often been puzzled by two related questions: why do people so rarely change their minds on important matters, and why nevertheless do people think that they are reasonable and think that those who disagree with them are not reasonable? Now, another way of phrasing the question is how and why do people think they know things? What does it mean to know? In everyday language, we there are really two conditions for using the word "know." One is the absence of doubt, and the other is that the proposition in which you believe must be true. We can't say that he knows something that's wrong. But, in fact, subjectively, the only thing that matters is the absence of doubt, and there is no subjective difference between true and false beliefs. And there are many false beliefs, so we think we know many things that, in fact, are not the case. And this is generally true. And if you think about that, we are, to some extent, perverted by our idea that we know things through science. But, in fact, there are many different ways of knowing things, and people who are deeply religious and not particularly scientific, they know things. And there is no psychological difference between the way they know things and the way that we consumers of science know things. The reason I believe in global warming and in the fact that the earth is round, well, I have seen pictures of the earth being round. But the reason I believe in most of the things that I believe is that I've been told that by people I trust. And exactly the same is true for religious people who believe in things that scientists do not believe in. And they believe them because they have been...