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msmcghee Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jan-31-08 04:15 PM
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5. Having incorrect beliefs about how the brain works . .
Edited on Thu Jan-31-08 04:21 PM by msmcghee
. . doesn't make anyone a fanatic IMO. Just incorrect.

But most would agree with you anyway - not me. Most people are certain that their own conclusions are always the result of a careful and objective logical analysis - not a result of their beliefs. They call it "critical thinking" when they do it.

Those who don't share their conclusions are of course, dumb (as in, "Netanyahoo appears to me to be significantly dumber than Olmert.") So, at least you're in the majority. Enjoy it. :thumbsup:
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