This is a discussion of logic and thinking and its relationship to observation. More specifically this deals with the philosophy of Epistemology (the philosophy of knowledge and truth). I am basically an empiricist. In philosophy generally, empiricism is a theory of knowledge emphasizing the role of experience in the formation of ideas. Empiricism was the philosophy which formed the basis for the scientific method. It is the foundation of modern science. This leads into a discussion of religion, agnosticism, theism and atheism.
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