THE SPECTRUM OF POSSIBLE ANSWERS (Wachlarz mozliwych odpowiedzi)
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The main idea of the article is that every belief is an answer to a question. Such question is called 'calling the belief'. It has a strictly assigned set of possible answers, such that they exclude one another. Understanding a belief means to know the question and all the alternative answers. Total ignorance of a question means that the curve that shows the level of affirmation of every possible answer is horizontal. Getting knowledge means folding the curve. Then some possibilities become better affirmed then others. The possibility of folding the curve means that the question has empirical content. When one of them wins and becomes highly affirmed whereas others fall down to be rejected the subject obtains the truth.
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