three new irrational precepts

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three new irrational precepts

(1) Belief that the mind cannot be identified with the brain. Holding to some kind of dualism is irrational.

(2) Reformed Epistemology is irrational.

(3) Claiming that Logic can prove the ontological statis of anything.

EDIT: I have another:

(4) Claiming that Godels Incompletness Theorems can be applied outside of logic and mathematics is irrational (this one really fucking pisses me off).

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I have a really basic one

I have a really basic one that I'm surprized wasn't on there in the first place:

16. The belief that religion has more of a positive effect on society than a negative one.

Wilson: "We were afraid that if you found out you solved a case with absolutely no medical evidence you'd think you were God." House: "God doesn't limp."