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YouTube lecture video, "Faith: Pretending to know something you don't know" by Dr. Peter Boghossian

From: Darrick F.
Sent on: Sunday, January 20, 2013 9:47 AM
Hi Everybody,

I came across an enlightening 38 minute lecture video on YouTube entitled, "Faith: Pretending to know something you don't know" by Dr. Peter Boghossian, so I thought I would share it. I think Dr. Boghossian makes a great case for changing the commonly used definition of faith, "having a belief without evidence," to "pretending to know something you don't know."

What do you think about his proposed definition change?

Also, there are number of other YouTube videos of Dr. Boghossian that you might also like, including:

You can also find more about him on his podcast and website at http://www.philosophynews.com/.

~Darrick

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