Arouet wrote:NinjaPuppy wrote:Yes, JT- That all makes sense to me. Well put.
Wait what? really? Are you going to make me have to actually go through that point by point?
I can't make you do anything that you really don't want to do, or can I? Hmmmmm.
Arouet wrote:You first: what exactly do you think in all of that was well put?
OK, I'll show you mine but then you're going to have to show me yours..... Let's start here, shall we?
1. Believers are content to believe their experience is true, but skeptics are not(pause)
Skeptics do not believe their own experiences or not content to believe their experiences are true. Skeptics may even doubt the reliability of their own senses. Does that mean they are more comfortable relying on the senses of others?
If personal experience and/or memory for that fact, are not considered to be true or accurate then obviously any skeptic doubts the reliability of their own senses. You can't tell me they only doubt the reliability of "others" senses because that would be pretty flawed logic right there or one hell of an inflated frickin' ego. Now JT asks if they (skeptical persons) are more comfortable relying on the sense of others? Others meaning (at least to me) a select group of hand picked personal favorite people like other skeptics/scientists/their mom....whoever.
OK, your turn.