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For the drama is make - believe . It does not deal with truth but with effect . That
willing suspension of disbelief of which Coleridge wrote is essential to it . The
importance of truth to the dramatist is that it adds to interest , but to the dramatist
For my part I cannot believe in a God who is angry with me because I do not
believe in him . I cannot believe in a God who is less tolerant than I. I cannot
believe in a God who has neither humour nor common sense . Plutarch long ago
put the ...
There is no reason to believe that what you desire exists , but it is a hard saying
that you have no right to believe what you cannot prove ; there is no reason why
you should not believe so long as you are aware that your belief lacks proof .
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