Beliefs are of two types, those we can verify and articulate, and those we simply accept without verification and which we more vaguely express. The more of the former we have, the more developed we are as human beings.

Having said that, Bertrand Russell has this point of view:

“I would never die for my beliefs because I might be wrong.”

Bertrand Russell

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