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Thinking about belief–religious and political

an interesting piece that points out the difference between active belief–the sort that is thought-through, engages with other even opposing ideas, and refines as we learn over time–and hunkering down, cementing our views, sometimes just defensively, out of confusion or fear, but sometimes for personal gain. click here

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