Hyperreality and the Illusion of Objective Truth
Mark Nutter

Uy! You lost me along the way. It is quite different to take something on the trust that I could achieve the same observation myself under the same circumstances (drop stone, observe gravity) than it is to take something on faith knowing full well no observations are forthcoming, only promises (and rules on stone). Science needs no enforcement, and the facts will out. Faith, on the other hand, cannot justify any of its choices. So do not confuse the uses of English words such as faith, which has more than one meaning, to say those two meanings are then the same. That’s confusing form with meaning.

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