Belief without knowledge is shameful….

“Consider that Socrates, when asked what he thinks the good is, refuses to reply because he thinks beliefs without knowledge are shameful (Rp. 506c). In response to this, his interlocutors point out that there is a difference between putting forward one’s beliefs as if one knew them to be true, and p…” via IFTTT from http://amzn.com/k/45mkUnjSQVeP1NRcB0w2xA

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Author: Ron Joads

On a quest to help people do what's best blah blah blah yup yup yup

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