Ways of knowing truth
Theories of truth
People tend to believe this sort of thing, not because it is intellectually tenable, but because it is coming from the mouth of a scientist. What happens instead is that Truth and Beauty lights a fire in our soul which stirs our heart to awaken and respond. And even when people agree on the same Source of Revelation, differing interpretations of text result in dead-end arguments — Rationalism in its primitive form. Using this method premises are stated and logical rules are followed to arrive at sound conclusions. But better than simply seeking to support one's viewpoints, is seeking for Truth — knowledge of things as they are now, as they have been in the past, and as they will be in the future. And of course we have to assume that something like reality really does exist and is not simply a product of our mind. Because thousands of certified crazy people make claims of divine "revelation," within this epistemology, much controversy surrounds associated assertions of "knowing. Thus into the fray of conceptual controversy enters Aristotle and Einstein as their views support ours. Yet neither his doctorate nor his well-honed empirically cognitive skills constitute the core of his feeling vibrantly connected to Nature.
Then the squirrels scampered down from the branches above and ate seeds out of the cup which my friend held firmly against the trunk of the tree.
Nevertheless, if the premises are correct and logical rules are followed appropriately then this is sound means of acquiring knowledge.
The little furry creature filled his mouth with seeds until his cheeks puffed out like little balloons. Those for whom empirical cognition is the sole pathway to truth would argue that subjectivity of any kind leads inherently to invalidity, uncertainty and self-delusion.
Ways of knowing truth
Two of its most common manifestations are as Truth and as Beauty both of which we experience as perceptions. Relative truth, in contrast, depends on something else such as the individual. To an experienced sojourner along the spiritual pathway — where there is Light there is Love and the two fit together as part of the Divine Whole. Science is therefore desperately dependent upon philosophical presuppositions of rationality. The objects of such discussions — based on cognitive reasoning — pertain to the production of good and the avoidance of evil, and to how good and evil are defined. For truth seeking and truth loving to become more richly meaningful to us we need to know that Truth is mediated not only through our cognitive processes but throughout our entire spectrum of consciousness. In a world without logic, probability does not increase from evidence; conclusions do not follow from proof. A statement is true, if it reflects this truth. This is an interesting but also difficult question to answer. In many of the discussions that I have, that certainly seems to be the consensus of people who do not believe in God. Suppose a husband were to walk home and find his wife puckering her lips, moving toward another man. While some scientific types traditionally dismiss belief in a creation by a Creator, ironically some Empiricists put their faith in forces that supposedly created Big Bang.
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The objects of such discussions — based on cognitive reasoning — pertain to the production of good and the avoidance of evil, and to how good and evil are defined.
Suppose it were the case that logical inferences were inadequate. Thus into the fray of conceptual controversy enters Aristotle and Einstein as their views support ours.
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