How do we know what is true?

A short animation about how we learn what’s true through the use of evidence and science. Written & produced by the British Humanist Association in conjunction with SkeptiSketch and narrated by Stephen Fry.

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3 Responses to How do we know what is true?

  1. The argument presented in the video is based on the logical fallacy called False Dichotomy.

    That would logical fallacy #6 listed on the atheist website, Believers and Non-believers:
    https://believervsnonbelievers.wordpress.com/2015/02/25/the-10-commandments-of-logic/

    Additionally, science isn’t even permitted to address the problems of morality, politics and ethics by atheists since everything atheists believe in those areas has been proven wrong again and again at any time in history, in every culture in the world where they have been tried.

    So Fry is making an argument that atheists don’t even believe in themselves.

  2. tildeb says:

    Sound familiar, SOM? You know, this ‘atheist’ ‘worldview’ about ‘hating God’ the rest of us call ‘science’?

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