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The question of how our beliefs about the world and about what is valuable influence our pursuit of knowledge is very important Of course we know that our beliefs affect us in our every day life They affect our actions our interactions with people they even affect our eating habits If we believe that it is important to eat well then we are not going to eat cookies for lunch instead we would try to eat something healthy such as a sandwich or fruit If we believe that the ozone layer is deteriorating because of the pollution from cars we might walk or ride a bicycle to work instead of driving We know also that people have different ideas about what is important and what should be a top priority The way that I view the world and my idea of what is important might not be the same as my friends ideas No two people are the same and that is why our beliefs about the world and about what is important are not the same either Our education upbringing and experiences are what makes us into the people that we are and since no two people have the exact same experience of life no two people have the exact same views on whats important and what the world is Our beliefs about the world are all very different Some of us believe that the world is a good place while others believe that it is an evil place some are convinced that we are not the only living beings in the universe while others can not fathom that there is any life outside of our planet The beliefs that we have about the world influence our pursuit of knowledge because our views and beliefs make us who we are We all have concieved a particular view of the world based on knowledge drawn from our experiences other peoples experiences our education and our
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