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Heathen's Progress

Heathen’s Progress 14: Can it be rational for the religious to be non-rational?

In practice there is no neat distinction between the logical and the psychological. Those who attempt to use pure reason cannot expect to succeed, while those who willingly allow psychological factors to affect their reasoning may be being more self-aware about their rational capacities than those who do not.

The Guardian Comment is Free Belief series continues.

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