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re: Let's understand the problem with belief.  chuckles  23 Jan 07 4:56PM Post Reply

> > He posts here because he doesn't write poetry, so obviously he
> can't
> > compete on that level with everyone else here.
>
> believe in this person.

haha!

yes, it is true, the accolades of faceless *poets*(teehee)
is important to me

re: Let's understand the problem with belief.  Mor  23 Jan 07 5:01PM Post Reply

It is strange that no one attempted to answer the question; instead each one propounded their own particular theory on Religious belief.

As far as I can see religion was never mentioned, only belief.

A word derived from the Saxon word geleaf (to permit trust or consent)

The only problem I can see with belief is that it depends entirely upon an individual’s concept of truth.
In its self belief is a fairly weak word in terms of expression, it needs to be qualified by an addition words, such as firm, full or strong belief, For example; She had a strong Christian belief.

Therefore there is nothing much to understand about “belief” it is pretty much self explanatory.

Mor.

re: Let's understand the problem with belief.  Isabelle5  23 Jan 07 5:22PM Post Reply

Well, good point, Mor, but bologna did use belief in God as an example.

re: Let's understand the problem with belief.  mikebauer  23 Jan 07 5:27PM Post Reply

yew probably weren't allowed to read my post on belief cause your mother... but the problem of belief is the problem of cognition itself. you might know this word cognition under its label "apperception and perception" or, perhaps, conceptually, "the problem of epistmological doubt"... no doubt. or maybe just as "how do i know what i'm saying is so?"

nothing, of course, is more self-explanitory than words explained with words. that's what language can do: make you believe in what you say.

have you been getting into the J.L. Austin again? it's not a port.

> It is strange that no one attempted to answer the question; instead
> each one propounded their own particular theory on Religious belief.
>
> As far as I can see religion was never mentioned, only belief.
>
> A word derived from the Saxon word geleaf (to permit trust or consent)
>
>
> The only problem I can see with belief is that it depends entirely
> upon an individual’s concept of truth.
> In its self belief is a fairly weak word in terms of expression, it
> needs to be qualified by an addition words, such as firm, full or
> strong belief, For example; She had a strong Christian belief.
>
> Therefore there is nothing much to understand about “belief” it is
> pretty much self explanatory.
>
> Mor.

re: Let's understand the problem with belief.  unknown  23 Jan 07 5:30PM Post Reply

What an annoying windball you are, Mike!  If you got beat up at a kid, I can see why!  

re: Let's understand the problem with belief.  mikebauer  23 Jan 07 5:35PM Post Reply

wee don't need your deaducation. wee don't need your thought control... no dark sarcasm in the class room... teecher leave us kidz alone. hey! unknown! leave us kids alone. all in all, you're just another pr*k without b...

> What an annoying windball you are, Mike!  If you got beat up at a kid,
> I can see why!  

re: Let's understand the problem with belief.  unknown  23 Jan 07 5:38PM Post Reply

He can dish it, he can't eat it.  

re: Let's understand the problem with belief.  Mor  23 Jan 07 5:42PM Post Reply

O’ sweet belief of belgard’s way
what promise did thy looks convey
Prised it a gem from sparkling borne
its limpid life lost longings lorn

Let not the bowge of my remorse
collatious cause of changed course
For what would man of rumour say
If all his belief’s, simply bled away.

Mor .

re: Let's understand the problem with belief.  mikebauer  23 Jan 07 5:42PM Post Reply

yew really think a velveeta poot like yours is a dish worthy of this discussion feast? do you live in a cesspool?

you have cognitive problems. maybe it's your meds.

> He can dish it, he can't eat it.  

re: Let's understand the problem with belief.  mikebauer  23 Jan 07 5:44PM Post Reply

bowge to her twice, but maybe "bulge" is truer to the poet's intent.

> O’ sweet belief of belgard’s way
> what promise did thy looks convey
> Prised it a gem from sparkling borne
> its limpid life lost longings lorn
>
> Let not the bowge of my remorse
> collatious cause of changed course
> For what would man of rumour say
> If all his belief’s, simply bled away.
>
> Mor .

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