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A blog by Leon Oudejans
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Doubt

I've mentioned doubt in various of my blogs (eg, Doubt-Fear-Hope-Love, self-doubt). Doubt seems so obvious that there appeared little to no need for explanation. I'm changing course. Please take a look at my current understanding of doubt: First and foremost, doubt is output or an effect of a certain cause, while (any) Change is input that may (eventually) cause...

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We believe our doubts and we doubt our beliefs

While looking for articles on doubt in animals, I stumbled upon this "famous saying of 'we believe our doubts and we doubt our beliefs' in the corporate world" (source). It was new to me. Some argue the opposite: "Doubt Your Doubts and Believe Your Beliefs" (source-1, source-2). I doubt (sic!) that both are valid. I believe in this quote by Richard P. Feynman...

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Life is a revolving door

Nowadays, my love life feels like a revolving door. As soon as a Possibly Maybe disappears, the next one appears. I thought that this phenomenon might just be happening to me. I was wrong. A few days ago, a friend posted an excerpt from The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (1900-1944): "Il y aura toujours une autre occasion, un autre ami, un autre amour,...

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Why are strategies rooted in monism?

For some time, there has been a question on my list of topics: why are strategies rooted in monism, and not in dualism or in trialism? I'm referring to strategies in business and/or politics. Perhaps, science has backup strategies for reaching its goals. Love may have several strategies but only one goal. I could blame the psychopathic traits in CEOs following Kevin...

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Love has no doubt

For some time, I've been considering writing a blog about doubt (in time) because young and old people seem to have less doubt in their lives. Some can even be cocksure about their opinions, regardless of facts. I started off on the wrong foot. Doubt, and having no doubt, are related to beliefs. Opinions express beliefs. During my research, I came across a 2016...

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From “are you being served?” to “will you be served?”

A random Dutch radio news message: police retirement will outpace police recruitment in the forthcoming years, which will result in police shortages. You can hear/read similar messages about nurses, plumbers, teachers etc. The (predicted) impact of a graying population is - finally - becoming noticeable. My blog's title is a reference to the 1972-1985 British comedy...

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