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  • satanic_kitty commented on their blog post
    Why I am an agnostic
    I am an agnostic which means I am against religion as well as atheism because in my opinion humans cannot know whether there is a god or not. I think ...
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    Apr 27
    My point is that technology is the fruits of science . The technology on which a device is based, lets say the GPS system, in which various scientific theories are integrated. If one of these theories is wrong the GPS will simply not work, but it does, for over 50 years now. It is correct, that over the years more precision is added by integrating new variables which could previously distort it's workings, but they are understood more and more. Science is an ongoing process which is build on a basis which is pretty solid, after the 300+ years it is implemented.My point is that technology is the fruits of science . The technology on which a device is based, lets say the GPS system, in which various scientific theories are integrated. If one of these theories...See more
    Apr 27
    I'm not saying science doesn't "work". It's a viable (in the sense of radical constructivism) worldview. But to an agnostic, these seemingly objective truths are "merely" intersubjective facts, not necessarily (but possibly - however, this can't be proven) the absolute truth.

    It's a shame that Dimitri deleted his profile. JasinElric, Dimitri and I had a discussion on this topic here in the comment section and Dimitri used the same arguments as you. But now you can't see Dimitri's comments anymore :(
    I'm not saying science doesn't "work". It's a viable (in the sense of radical constructivism) worldview. But to an agnostic, these seemingly objective truths are "merely" intersubj...See more
    Aug 22
    You and I, Satanic_Kitty, define our terms differently...
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    "I am an agnostic which means I am against religion as well as atheism because in my opinion humans cannot know whether there is a god or not."
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    The root word of agnostic is gnostic. The currently used philosophical word gnostic is derived of Greek origin. The word is gnosis meaning "knowledge". For this reason, the description of gnostic and agnostic are attributions which one my use in conveying where in their position of belief/disbelief they currently stand.
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    Agnosticism in the sense of speaking on godly existentialism (or what I could only assume you and I would both agree on, the ontological materialistic knowledge or lack thereof on a god's existence) would only declare that one doesn't have the required knowledge to warrant belief in any fashion.
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    If I may ask, how is it that you do not believe atheism to be the default position? Gnostic Atheism and Agnostic Atheism are two entirely separate categories.
    You and I, Satanic_Kitty, define our terms differently...
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    "I am an agnostic which means I am against religion as well as atheism because in my opinion humans cannot know whether...See more
    Aug 24
    First you say that the words "gnostic" and "agnostic" are used to describe belief or disbelief (which doesn't make sense in my opinion), but then you say agnosticism refers to knowledge (well, the lack of knowledge), which, by the way, I do agree with. I'll just assume that you think that agnosticism describes lack of knowledge and not disbelief.

    Anyway, you mention what many atheists mention in the discussion about agnosticism: agnostic theism and agnostic atheism. I didn't talk about that topic in my blog post since I wasn't aware of those options back when I wrote it, but I'll tell you what I think of it now.

    If you KNEW that your wife cheated on you, would you BELIEVE that she didn't cheat on you anyway? No, right? That would be silly. Now, if you DIDN'T know that your wife cheated on you - you might suspect that she's cheating on you but you know that you can't possibly prove it - would you BELIEVE that she cheated on you anyway? Probably not. (If judges did that instead of following the concept "in dubio pro reo", they might punish an innocent person.)

    Let's ignore the whole agnostic side of those examples (e. g. "I saw her cheating on me but maybe my subjective senses were deceiving me").

    What I'm trying to say with the examples is: If you have knowledge about something, why would you believe something that contradicts that knowledge? Or (as a "special case" of what I just said) if you know that you have NO knowledge about something, why would you believe ANYTHING anyway (whatever that may is)? (It's the same as what I said before: If you know that you have no knowledge about something, you technically still KNOW something; and if you believe something despite knowing that you know nothing, you're still believing something that contradicts your knowledge.)

    So, to make it clear: Firstly, if you believe that there is no god, you're still believing something, so it's the same as believing that there is a god. And now you can apply what I just said to the examples of agnostic theism and agnostic atheism: If you're already an agnostic (= you already know that you can't know the truth), why would you still believe that there is a god or believe that there is not a god? Those beliefs would contradict your knowledge (the knowledge that you can't know the truth). If you know something (whether that knowledge is "positive" or "negative" (knowing that you have no knowledge)), you shouldn't believe something that contradicts your knowledge, and if you know that you have no knowledge, your beliefs don't matter at all.

    Of course you can still believe something if you want to, if it's fun or if it helps you cope with life or whatever. But you have to be aware that your belief has no foundation whatsoever, and you cannot judge other people for disagreeing with your belief and you don't have the "logical right" to convince other people of your belief or to incorporate it into a philosophical discussion in general.
    First you say that the words "gnostic" and "agnostic" are used to describe belief or disbelief (which doesn't make sense in my opinion), but then you say agnosticism refers to know...See more
    Yesterday, 10:28AM
    Maybe I didn't explain my position and understanding well. I'll go ahead and define my terms here, which is something I should've done beforehand. In addition, I have read over your analogies and I chose to use one in order to better explain my position and rationale behind my initial comment within question. Thank you for taking the time to respond. I do greatly appreciate it. :)
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    DEFINING TERMINOLOGY:
    Gnosticism and Agnosticism are knowledge based descriptions. Theism and Atheism are belief based positions. They are inherently independent from beliefs. I do not classify claims and beliefs as synonymous. Gnostics lay claims based upon knowledge. Agnostics don't claim, because they see a gap (lack of knowledge) exists. Atheists don't believe in God's (general god) existence. Theists do believe in God's (general god) existence. It is possible to either believe or disbelieve in an idea without knowing for sure that the belief/disbelief is correct. If an individual thinks they're correct and they lay claim to "knowledge of" the concept/idea then they're gnostic. If the individuals do not lay claim to knowing their belief/disbelief of the concept/idea is correct then they're Agnostic.
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    This was the point I was attempting to get across, however I may I have somewhat unclear.
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    SATANIC_KITTY'S REPLY
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    CHEATING WIFE ANALOGY:
    If I knew my wife cheated on me, I would be gnostic. Because I also had what I consider to be knowledge of the event I would also believe it, therefore I would be (if applied to the existence of God) a gnostic theist.
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    If I was skeptical about my wife cheating on me, and I didn't have knowledge of her cheating actions. I could either believe or disbelieve based upon any evidence supplied. This leaves two possibilities -
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    A) The standard of evidence doesn't meet the burden of proof, however it is enough evidence that I find it rational in believing she did cheat on me. (if applied to the existence of God) I would be an Agnostic Theist.
    1 - Standard for evidence was not met
    2 - I believe
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    B) The standard of evidence doesn't meet the burden of proof, and this fact didn't make a compelling case which rationalized a belief that my wife was cheating on me, then (if applied to the existence of God) I would be an Agnostic Atheist.
    1 - Standard for evidence was not met
    2 - I disbelieve.
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    If one lacks positive proof knowledge of the existence of something, the default position is natural disbelief. It is irrational to believe something which doesn't exist, so this is why I am (at the root) an atheist. Just because I don't believe whatever it is we are talking about, doesn't mean that I have claimed "X doesn't exist". I also have not claimed "X does exist". What I am saying is, "I do not believe that X exists" and I can base that on reasons X, Y, and Z.
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    All in all, I think you and I are pretty much on par conceptually, we just define our terms differently so it's a bit confusing when we communicate. lol Let me know what you think. Again, thank you for the response.
    Maybe I didn't explain my position and understanding well. I'll go ahead and define my terms here, which is something I should've done beforehand. In addition, I have read over your analogies and I ch...See more
    7 hours ago
    I think the crucial point in this conversation is the definition of atheism. It seems like to you, atheism simply means "not believing in god, but not claiming he doesn't exist" (agnostic atheism; the opposite would be a gnostic atheist, someone who knows and believes that god doesn't exist). But in my opinion it's important for atheists to understand that if they don't believe in god's existence, they're still BELIEVING (in god's non-existence). It's still a belief, and to a "consequential" agnostic, any belief is, well, stupid/unnecessary since you don't or can't know the truth anyway, it doesn't matter whether you're believing in someone's existence or in someone's non-existence. Of course technically it's still POSSIBLE for an agnostic to believe that there isn't a god (one explanation could be, as you said, that disbelief is the "default position", which is understandable but nonetheless debatable), but if you really are an honest agnostic, beliefs of any sort should not play a role in your life (or at least not in logical, philosophical discussions). Do you get my point?I think the crucial point in this conversation is the definition of atheism. It seems like to you, atheism simply means "not believing in god, but not claiming he doesn't exist" (agnostic at...See more
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    Paul Ross Fletcher commented on their blog post
    Reflections of my madness.
    I have had moments when I am either at the heights of fantastic mania, or in the depths of crippling depression, where I have felt a connection with s...
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    Contemporary psychiatry calls it bipolar disorder, got SSRI's ?
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    9 hours ago
    I was diagnosed with Schizoaffective Disorder some years ago now. It is a wonderful mix of Schizophrenia and Bipolar, I am medicated for it, but I still have my moments where I am manic or depressed or am experiencing delusions. FUN! lol
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    What Path Do You Follow?
    So, the age-old LHP icebreaker - What is your particular brand of Satanism, and why?
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    I don't follow a path but my own path and I consider it to be the nature of a Satanist.
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    Hello from Australia
    My names Sanara, I live in Brisbane, AU. I feel like ive been drawn to this my whole life, its only been over the past year that i've researched about...
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    H Luciferi.There is actually a chapter in Sydney if you are looking to become a member and interact ...
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    Hi, I'm new.
    Hey all, I'm fairly new to Satanism, and I'm hoping this will be a place where I can learn more and make new friends, particularly in my area. I'm Ca...
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    Satanism and the left hand path
    The left hand path is considered to be the basic philosophy of Satanism but why? What has Satanism to do with the left hand path?My own experience is ...
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    Well, I am not very good at these introductions or just speaking about myself but here goes nothing.... I am 42, live in Las Vegas but moving to The ...
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    The Milwaukee riots
    This is INSANE an armed robber gets shot by the police AFTER he points a gun at a cop and a gas station burns down cars burned and assholes "hunting w...
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