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absolute certainty in the trustworthiness of another

mental acceptance of the truth or actuality of something

something believed or accepted as true by a person

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According to Wenden, the learners' belief system effect the overall method to learning (language) for the types of strategies they use, the criteria they select to assess the usefulness of learning activities, and which strategy to use where all depend on it.
It attributes truth to a belief that has no basis on reason or Catholic teaching; it seems to believe more in the ability of evil sources to inflict harm than in God's almighty power to prevent it,' Belizar said.
Those responsible for creating this forum are right to ask after the relationship between belief and intolerance.
In the case of Grainger plc v Nicholson, a case in which the claimant argued that he had a "philosophical belief that mankind is heading towards catastrophic climate change and therefore we were under a moral duty to lead our lives in a manner which mitigates or avoids this catastrophe for the benefit of future generations" the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) determined that this could amount to a philosophical belief.
Friedkin, professor of sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara, a belief system in a group--religious or political, for instance--depends on a set of interlocking beliefs.
Teachers expressed the belief that they engaged in a wide array of culturally proficient instructional strategies.
Liminal thinking is the art of getting in this transition space to look at your beliefs in a new way in order to facilitate change.
An important element of every belief is a proposition.
Beyond Belief begins with a lucid explanation of belief systems that, writes Janov, "are maps, something to help us navigate through life more effectively.
Deep Interpretation draws on an understanding of the role of belief in our lives and
Another belief that can limit your career is not believing that you are deserving or worthwhile.
Items on epistemological belief were adapted and modified from Schommer's Epistemological Questionnaire (1990) and Schraw, Bendixen and Dunkle (2000) Epistemic Beliefs Inventory that assesses students' beliefs about simple knowledge, certain knowledge, quick learning, and fixed ability to learn.
Based on data from a variety of sources, Smith (2010) concludes that between 73 and 76 percent of people have at least one paranormal belief that is not based in traditional religious belief.
SINCE 2003, employees have had the right not to be discriminated against in the workplace on the grounds of religion or belief.
Identify the limiting belief that you want to change.