Anonymous asked in Arts & HumanitiesPhilosophy · 8 months ago

What is required for proof to be certain of innate ideas? Does Locke believe in innate ideas?

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  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    If there is no ultimate truth, then all you have left are opinions; and one opinion would be just as valid as the next.

    Are you afraid to be unpopular?

    It is the lowliest kind of coward that fears the laughter of mere mortals. Does it really matter what they think? Are you trying to impress them?

    God is the only one who knows every word that was ever spoken to you from the day you were born until the day you die. He is the only one who makes a perfect judge of you.

    Their opinion doesn't count.

    My opinion doesn't count.

    Even your own opinion of you doesn't count.

    The one and only opinion of you that counts belongs to the one who made you.

    Live your life for an audience of one and you will never regret anything. Come and seek mercy from our Lord: He wants to take care of you... but you need to let Him.

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  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    Proof is arbitrary - people refuse to accept facts regardless of how much compelling evidence is available, just as any conspiracy theorist does. 

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