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Unformatted text preview: I believe that it would be better to have reasons for ones beliefs and practices because it gives whatever the belief or practice a solid standing ground. Having reasons for ones beliefs and practices gives you authority in a community. It shows you and others that youre not just piggy-backing but rather that you know what you believe, backing it up with premises. I havent always believed this. As time changed, so did my thoughts. What changed the way I had to say regarding this topic is being in this Philosophy class. Philosophy has opened up my eyes to a whole new world full of various aspects of thinking critically. When I say that I believe it would be better to have reasons for ones beliefs and practices, I am assuming that everyone wants to have their own autonomy instead of just nonsense thats fluttering their mind. In the real world, there are many people who have things to say, opinions, beliefs, fluttering their mind....
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- Spring '11