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The truth about standing up for your beliefs

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Hey Guys—

Every now and then a high profile athlete leaves the game early,

leaving millions of dollars on the table.  In many cases it’s for
a particular, personal belief and in EVERY case the media squeals
and fawns all over the athlete for “standing up for his beliefs,”
praising him for valuing belief over money.

In grade school, everyone was always told to “stand up for your

beliefs,” and the process of doing so was lauded every single time.  
“Standing up for your beliefs” is presented as an absolute, good
and pure and laudable under every circumstance, especially those
that involve walking away from large sums of money.

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I have always thought that mindset to be reprehensible, a vice and

not a virtue.  Sincerity of belief is always presented as virtuous,
spelled out in the statement, “Well, I disagree with him but I
respect him for standing up for his belief.”

My question has always been, “what if those beliefs have proven to

be erroneous, even evil?  And how is being sincere about a truly
evil belief laudable?”

I was pleased to read a passage in Dr. Paul Hollander’s “End of

Commitment” saying essentially the same thing—“if an evil man
devoutly and genuinely stands by his evil beliefs, that is no
virtue whatsoever.  In this case, sincerity becomes a condemnable

There are some beliefs that have nothing to do with good or bad,

merely taste.  If, for example, one believes single malt Scotch to
be superior to blends and someone else believes just as sincerely
that all Scotch should be appreciated on its merits, that is a
matter of taste, leading to some entertaining disagreements.  
Sincerity in this case is merely a matter of passion, and both
people can be right in their beliefs since they are personal
beliefs with personal consequences.

But there are people in this world, as any reading of history will

show, who have sincere beliefs in things that lead to evil.  One
can pick obvious examples like KKK members, skinheads, gangsters,
organized crime members, drug cartels, etc.  Clearly sincerity in
these beliefs is a clear vice.

There are other beliefs which are not as clear cut or more complex.  

But here sincerity can be a vice too because sincerity often shuts
off the mind to critical thinking and to argument.  It can also
lead to self righteousness on the part of True Believers because
they equate the strength of their sincerity with the rightness of
their beliefs.

The real man recognizes that the world is a complex place with

absolute good, absolute evil, and much, much more in between that
deserves serious consideration with the right to repudiate strongly
held beliefs if reality proves them otherwise (many people, for
example, are disabused of “no divorce under any circumstances”
after a few years of marriage not living up to their fantasy).

Under every circumstance, the right thing to do it to think, to

investigate, to read, and to pay attention to feedback.  Sometimes
beliefs that apply under a certain set of circumstances no longer
apply when circumstances change, and standing up for demonstrably
flawed beliefs is no virtue at all no matter the depth of sincerity.

The better thing to do is to constantly test and refine your beliefs

while challenging others to think when they stand up for theirs.  
Most won’t, of course, because it feels so much better to bask in
the glow of righteous sincerity instead of living in the uncomfortable
uncertainty of an ever changing complex world.  But that is where
the opportunity lies, and payoffs in reality always trump the false
glow of strongly held, discredited beliefs.

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On with the fun…

-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”

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