#1
Do you have any conflicting views?

For example, I believe that violence is wrong and shouldn't be used to solve things. But at the same time, I believe there are times when violence should be used.

Or I believe the saying "Once a cheater, always a cheater" but I also believe that people can change.


Another one is the thought of god. I don't believe in a god because of science, logic, whatever. But I want to believe that there is one because it would be so "freeing" in a way.

So, do you have any conflicting views?

Sometimes, it really bugs the hell out of me.
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#2
Yes.

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Very well then I contradict myself,
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#3
Can't say that any spring to mind. If two of my beliefs ever conflict one (or both) of them is going to change so they're congruent.
#4
Everyone has ambivalent attitudes, that's the way people are
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The death penalty should not exist but at the same time it needs to exist as a threat to evil doers.
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Or I believe the saying "Once a cheater, always a cheater" but I also believe that people can change.


No matter how much we tell you to let go.

And no matter how many times you refuse to listen to the RT lol.
#7
I have way too many conflicting views to list on here. Anytime I think about something a lot I end up getting 2 or more different mindsets in it and having internal arguments about it
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I have nothing but contempt for humanity yet I try to help people and give them the benefit of the doubt.
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Another one is the thought of god. I don't believe in a god because of science, logic, whatever. But I want to believe that there is one because it would be so "freeing" in a way.

While I sorta can see what you're after here, I think it's much more freeing to think that there is no god or any other external force that you should obey.
#10
Oh, without a doubt. I think that anybody who goes to war and actually does something should be understandably conflicted. However, I think this confliction is generally a good because it shows reasoning and emotions from multiple angles. Unfortunately this confliction eats away more powerfully at some than others.
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#11
It's not really conflicting views; it's more like you believe there are exceptions to these moral rules you and your culture value.
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These aren't really conflicting views so much as they are extreme schemas for each situation... One of the guys mentioned the cheating thing: you would choose which side of the "conflicting view" was most appropriate for a given situation. We have these "conflicting views" because usually a single view cannot cover every given situation in a logical way, so we develop more to adapt to different situations.
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