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Coherence Theory Can consistent statements pave the way to the truth The answer is that it may lead to the truth occasionally but more often than not it will detour on paths dictated by those who utter convincing arguments In our history things have been proven and disproved countless times The world was said to be the centre of the universe and then it was proved that the sun was The earth was proclaimed to be flat and then it was discovered that it wasnt A common element of these misguided findings of the past was that someone convinced a group of people that what they uttered was the truth In essence they used the coherence theory to its full potential using consistent statements they made a convincing argument In many ways the Coherence Theory will fail mankind An example would be an examination of the justice system We have two opposing lawyers arguing a case which they do not have first hand knowledge of The one who convinces the jury or judge with the most vigour will win the case Suppose the victor was the Defence attorney who was protecting a man guilty of murder Suppose this man is released because the coherence theory dictated that he was incapable of the crime perpetrated Would you feel safe in his presence In my presentation I played a criminal Anthony Mardell Anthony was being charged of the rape and murder of his girlfriend Jolene Smith Knowing that my characters chance of outwitting the jury and the law was high I proceeded with the lies All my character needed to do was convince a group of citizens that I was sincere and crushed by the loss of a loved one I succeeded and was ushered into freedom In a case where evidence can point to or away from the killer it is up to the advocates to convince to plead and to form the truth in
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