Personal and Shared Knowledge

Beliefs are what we believe that are true, however it is what we think, not necessarily the truth. Our beliefs can be judgements, which will not be accepted and agreed on by everyone. Beliefs can be argued and thought against, however, facts are proven to be true, therefore, it is less likely that people will argue against. I believe that the statement is true since having our own facts could not make people believe in us, instead, it will be easier for others to believe in our beliefs. Beliefs tend to become facts when it is said by people who have power or are at a high class level, therefore, it is more likely to be trusted by the society. However, if it is said by an ordinary person, it will not become a fact, instead, it will argued against by the society. This demonstrates how people can be entitled to their beliefs but not the facts.

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