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A [[Strong Belief]] is a [[belief]] that is strongly held by the [[intelligent agent]].
 
A [[Strong Belief]] is a [[belief]] that is strongly held by the [[intelligent agent]].
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* <B>Context:</B>
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** It can range from being a [[Positive Strong Belief]] to being a [[Negative Strong Belief]].
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** It can range from being a [[Justified Strong Belief]] to being an [[Unjustified Strong Belief]].
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** It can range from being a [[True Strong Belief]] to being a [[False Strong Belief]].
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** It can range from being a [[Conscious Strong Belief]] to being a [[Intuitive Strong Belief]].
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** It can range from being a [[Healthy Strong Belief]] to being an [[Unhealthy Strong Belief]].
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** It can range from being a [[Strong Belief in a Brain]] to being an [[Strong Belief in an AI]].
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* <B>Example(s):</B>
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** a [[Strong Religious Belief]].
 
* <B>Counter-Example(s):</B>
 
* <B>Counter-Example(s):</B>
 
** a [[Weak Belief]].
 
** a [[Weak Belief]].
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== References ==
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=== 2019 ===
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* https://foreignaffairs.com/articles/2019-12-02/your-brain-terrorism
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** QUOTE: ... For the ISIS and Kurdish fighters we interviewed, spiritual strength was more important than material strength, such as manpower or firepower. The fighters expressed willingness to march into battle knowing they were outgunned, because they [[Strong Belief|believed]] in the [[sacredness]] of their [[cause]]. This calculus wasn’t rational but, rather, born of an ingrained sense of duty that resembled instinct. As one Kurdish fighter remarked of ISIS, “They are weak now because they have used up their resources, but their fighters don’t retreat even if the battle is lost.” ...
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Revision as of 08:28, 4 December 2019

A Strong Belief is a belief that is strongly held by the intelligent agent.



References

2019

  • https://foreignaffairs.com/articles/2019-12-02/your-brain-terrorism
    • QUOTE: ... For the ISIS and Kurdish fighters we interviewed, spiritual strength was more important than material strength, such as manpower or firepower. The fighters expressed willingness to march into battle knowing they were outgunned, because they believed in the sacredness of their cause. This calculus wasn’t rational but, rather, born of an ingrained sense of duty that resembled instinct. As one Kurdish fighter remarked of ISIS, “They are weak now because they have used up their resources, but their fighters don’t retreat even if the battle is lost.” ...