By Richard L Alaniz
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3. Authority: Getting information from others whom we respect and trust. 36 4. Reason or Rationalism: They are different, but both stress the outcome of reasoning, which produces knowledge that is superior to other ways of acquiring knowledge. 5. Empiricism (Science): Direct sensory or perceptual experience; the only self-correcting system of attaining knowledge, free from errors of others. I will express how societies have used one or more of these five ways to support possible errors in their thinking.
Empiricism (Science): Direct sensory or perceptual experience; the only self-correcting system of attaining knowledge, free from errors of others. I will express how societies have used one or more of these five ways to support possible errors in their thinking. I will argue that in some situations when one justifies his/her beliefs in such a manner it can be problematic when one wishes to support his/her perspective of truth. Truth to some is a set of ideas that allow them to verify their own beliefs to meet their needs sufficiently and expediently.
This is not only for your own growth, but also to help guide others away from an undesired experience or toward a positive life process. Within this knowledge there is no need for a belief system. One will know by experience that Induced Knowledge is 44 purposeful and will guide one within the experience. It is void of doubt, and there is no need to “believe” what you have experienced. It is pure knowledge that was induced by your spirit guide. A belief system on the other hand is a comprehensive set of values or rules developed by a dominant class of individuals.
A Shaman's Tale: Path to Spirit Consciousness by Richard L Alaniz