The spaces inbetween conflict are where the little ponds of truth lie.

I think agreement is over-rated as a criteria of truth. The spaces inbetween conflict are where the little ponds of truth lie.

cognitively, belief comes from a push from the amygdala. It is the pimary drive of reason. Reasoning *can* back-influence belief, but at a slower, thinner, more fragile pace. Takes training.

At the same time, we’re more than our brains. Plus, I see most things as fundamentally synonymous in some fashion. So, I can say “yes”, “no”, “I don’t know”, depending on the screening I put over the frame and how the light is hitting the object in question.

So, I’ll say “Yes”.

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