As Alec Ryrie pointed out in his history of Doubt, “intellectuals and philosophers may think they make the weather, but they are more often driven by it.”
Sometimes the best way to learn is when you’re having fun and don’t even realize that you’re learning.
Douglas Ell’s concept is a dialogue between Doubt and Reason, who sass each other merrily.
Many religiously affiliated people, including clergy, would prefer to let their faith float free of challenging questions about objective evidence.
“Diversity and doubt produce creativity; we must make room for them,” according to Jerry Ravetz.