Incorrect. Without words, we will lack a particular way to communicate our philosophical positions to others. The focus…
Without words we communicate nothing. There would be no possible way to understand a philosophy without words. Correct. You defined something the same way I did. The simple fact of the matter is that Atheism falls under the category of Religion. Simply because you do not concede my point does not make me wrong nor does it make you right. If you take away the fundamental way we communicate our ideas and our beliefs then we simply have no ideas nor beliefs.
If you notice in the definition for Atheism you will see it defined as a Doctrine. Doctrine loops back to Religion. Simply because a definition doesn’t fit your opinion does not mean it is incorrect, it means you disagree. Check and Mate.
Dictionaries define words, they do not describe philosophical positions. For example, let’s look up another common…
I see your point. But without words we don’t have philosophical points of views. Without words we have no way to describe whatever it is we believe. What I’m trying to say is, yes dictionaries do describe philosophical positions because the words they define ARE what describe a position.
We say it because we’re not. Do more research before posting dumb things like this again.
So you’re challenging me to research research? Because Semantics is the interpretation of the meaning, those were definitions. Clear-cut meanings defined five times until there are no more interpretations.