Sevastiel Posted April 10, 2011 #101 Share Posted April 10, 2011 The whole who's the "faither" and who's not process grows tedious. Here : define:faith By lines 1 & 3, the usual suspects are guilty. By line 2, so are the scientific community. The definition (very first part) of faith in the American Heritage Dictionary is even more all-inclusive: "1: A confident belief in the truth, value or trustworthiness of a person, idea or thing." Sorry fellow geeks. We're guilty of faith, based upon known & established definition from multiple sources. (refer to the 'thing' portion of the AHD specifically, since that's often the ultimate empirical focus). Suppose I don't need to point out the obvious to the other side of this argument ('idea' or, conceptually 'person' and I'll add 'perceived persona or archetype')... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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