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Over history the human race has striven for truth and understanding logic When trying to understand this a person approaches the philosophical question What can I know With this philosophical question comes the epic battle between whether or not a person should base an opinion on empicism or rationalism I believe that I need to be shown facts and logic to understand something however I also rely on my senses to strengthen my self First of all empicism is when a person bases what they have seen on pure senses or when a person just relies on their five senses to explain what they see around them However if a person relies on logic and fact that person is a rationalist I believe that a person should use facts and logic to explain events simply because basing something on sight alone is not reliable and there is nothing to back up ones theory There are many instances that support my reason to choose rationalism over empiricism Take the apparent sightings of UFOs undefined flying object people have claimed to see these objects yet there is little evidence that proves their claim The question arises how can a person prove this The answer is they cannot because there are not facts or logic that back it up Nevertheless there are the evident sightings of the lock ness monster which again is only based on empiciam Since all of sighting are based on a persons senses Then there is the major question of the existence of god I firmly believe that there is a holy God and this supernatural being is involved in our every day life This God is holy and will punish the people that wrong the society and will praise the goodness I also believe that this God was the creator of the universe and the reality that we live in todayThesis I believe that rational and logical thinking should be used to solve
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