In many cases our acquired mental and in particular logical frames of reference are used to produce arguments that look rational, i.e. appearently deduced in a satisfactory way. However, our supposedly rational reasoning is frequently bended and distorted by implicit prejudices, or by idelogies of some kind, of which we may even be unaware.
Beliefs of any kind should be closely scrutinized in order to avoid fooling ourselves and risking to run into unadverted problems.
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