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Write-up2 (as at 12/08/2007 10:17:46): Psychology
Much of what we believe and put our faith in comes down to our psychological make-up. At the end of the day we are either happy with our belief system and carry on, or we aren’t and we don’t. Obviously, each believer/non-believer thinks they are “right” or they would change their views.
As said previously, I don’t think anyone is ever persuaded to believe something merely by intellectual arguments. There is an emotional response involved – the level of this probably varies from person to person, depending on their personality.
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