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  • "Belief" is thus largely epistemological, or so it would seem, the process of arriving at conclusions based on "information."

    November 2009

  • "Belief" is thus largely epistemological, or so it would seem, the process of arriving at conclusions based on "information."

    Saying Something

  • "Belief" is a matter of where and when you were born, not on what is "right" or "correct."

    Harlan Ellison on God

  • "Belief" is thus largely epistemological, or so it would seem, the process of arriving at conclusions based on "information."

    Self-Protection

  • "Belief" is (intuitively I would say, by definition) only verified by itself, it is necessarily absolute and unnegotiable.

    Towards a Lexicon of Folly: Factard

  • 'Belief' is the uncritical acceptance of an idea or school of thought because it is appealing, and I most certainly do not 'believe' in sasquatch.

    Frame 352, and all that

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    Media

  • To see where and when State of Belief is broadcast, go to: www. airamericaradio.com/stations.

    Media

  • State of Belief is heard nationwide on Air America Radio on Sundays from 5 to 6 PM EST.

    Media

  • Parenting Beyond Belief is a series of essays written by different people, some famous and some not, about raising children without religion.

    Roadkill | Her Bad Mother

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