As Michael Shermer points out in Why People Believe
Weird Things (1997), we fall into logical fallacies and superstitious beliefs with amazing ease.
that it is wiser to discuss God's love than human freedom; God's love lies at the heart of our disagreement.
On the other hand, most VT advocates believe
the adaptation occurs during the length of a macrocycle, but that the specific time involved in the process depends on the athlete and the sport (9).
And while some agents wait until all companies are hooked into the interface, we believe
that will only slow down other carriers from adopting it, and they will miss out on the benefits of saving time and becoming more efficient.
Tembec has already set out an objective to eliminate fossil fuels, which Dottori believes
is the largest contributor to GHGs.
If I were a traveler from a distant galaxy and I found myself confronted with a species capable of proposing this model, I would be filled with admiration for such theogonic energy, and I would judge this wretched and vile species, which has committed so many horrors, redeemed were it only for the fact that it has managed to wish and to believe
that all this is the truth.
the main question for businesses to ask about IP vs.
Now that John Walker has unearthed his roots, and considered the beliefs they nourish, is he someone who half-believes
, wants to believe
in the realm of the little people?
Alice Walker has taught me, that I don't have to be afraid to stand for what I believe
in and that only by bringing my imperfect stone of activism to the collective pile can I ever hope to make a difference in the future my country.
problem, we believe
those who wish to consign corporate tax departments to the role of scriveners, filling out tax returns, fundamentally misunderstand the historical, and we submit wholly proper, role of in-house tax professionals.
How can someone both believe
and imagine (make-believe
), for instance, that p?
Thus, we believe
that the cost of continuing the applications process in such cases is unnecessary from any public policy perspective.
Many of us believe
that children with disabilities should be mainstreamed into settings with children who do not have disabilities.
it or not, some booked guests never arrive at the studio.
Enquiring minds not only want to know; they also tend to believe
, at least initially, what they read and hear, according to psychologist Daniel T.