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Left and Right-Brain Aversion to Judgments

Left-Brain Pseudo-Skepticism Those into left-brain dominance, may become rigid skeptics, and end up not choosing many things as right or wrong in this “skeptic” delusion. They may have an aversion to “value judgments” and invalidate any premise that uses such judgments. “Value judgments” are those based in morality, i.e. right and wrong. Morality is not objective to them, so all […]

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Pseudo-Skepticism, Doubt & Certainty

Pseudo-skeptic: “A person who defers reason and evidence at the behest of institutions and authority figures; especially prone to deferment when persuaded by a biased media outlets presenting experts, and other authority figures, who are actively involved in, or are retired from but still related to an authoritative institution.” Psuedo-skeptics often dismiss information contrary to their world view as conspiracy […]

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