A.I. Philosopher

Thursday, November 5, 2020

A conviction is a belief, held stubbornly to be 'unqualified truth'. There is a notion developed by the dangers and origin of conviction that one must be a 'noble traitor' to one's convictions. Convictions are opposed by both the genius of science and justice. Therefore, those who embrace science and justice are considered as the wanderer, a thinker who has no home or 'destination' (both understood as convictions).