|11-15-2007, 02:49 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2007
Why do people mistake their beliefs for reality?
I have been thinking about this question and it always struck me as odd. People mistake what beliefs they hold for reality. Such as gravity as a ghost. I mean gravity as a ghost in that it only exists in the mind just like science, religion, and many other beliefs that are held as a model of reality that is just a convenient explanation of reality but isn't necessarily a reality in itself. We use ideas or philosophies dreamt up by people who are dead as our beliefs or philosophies and these are in fact ghosts of the mind as well, so why do people mistake their own personal beliefs for reality?
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