Re: [Death To Religion] Re: the clockwork orange of klabbah.
- dantreble wrote:
>AtDo you actually think Mark is inflicted with some sort of carnage? His
> the moment you are the only one holding court with him, and I'm
> enjoying the carnage you are inflicting upon him.
posts are all the same since day one. No change in emotion, content, or
point of view. Nothing has budged him. I don't see what you are enjoying
other than sap RJ being suckered into a pointless, go-no-where discussion.
- Mark <parashakti108@...> wrote: --rj sundseth wrote:
> Mark wrote:something if it is not a view they have of the world?"
> > >R.J.: Quoting you once again; "Why would someone act upon
> > >RJ: That makes it clear that you need worldviews to have faith.If you need worldveiws, and you define worldviews to be religious and
faith based, they have to be synonymous.
> > -M: They are interdependant but not synonomous. [...]-M: Why are you being so picky about the spelling? You did that with
> >R.J.: "Interdependant" is not a word
> Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
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> Main Entry: interdependent
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> R.J.: Yeah, that is "interdependent", not "interdependant".
demarkation vs demarcation as well.
R.J.: I did. That is because you are rewriting definitions, and because of this, I don't know whether or not you are using actual words, or changing the spellings or words and coming up with your own definitions for them. I would suggest, however, that you do this with faith to "fayth" and possibly religion to "relygion", that way, we don't get mixed up with the actual definitions. Or, since they are synonymous, why not just say Klabbah?
> > > > > >RJ: Now: WRITE YOUR[...]DEFINITION OF FAITH[...]upon.
> > > >
> > > > > -M: faith= belief held with strong enough conviction to act
> > > > >R.J.: Which (according to you) HAS to be a world view in[...]
> order for someone to act upon it. Based off of your definitions,
> they have to be the same thing, [...] So people will act on their
> worldview AND on their faith.
>R.J.: Admitted to religion and faith being synonymous.-M: No, they are not synonomous.
>RJ: We need faith to have a worldview, but we can only have strongenough confidence in something if it is a view we have on the world
-M: Stop doing that! I already told you many times that a *view we
have on the world* is not a worldview(unless it is comprehensive)!
R.J.: It is comprehensive of whatever it is a view of, namely an aspect of the world. So, a view we have on the world IS a worldview, comprehensive of all the things that constitute that particular view.
faith= *belief held with enough conviction to act upon*
worldview= *a comprehensive conception or apprehension of the world
especially from a specific standpoint*
R.J.: Which is a great definition for "a view that one has on the world."
religion= a faith-based worldview.
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