Belief in facts

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A constructive emotion that focuses on something existent and validly knowable, something with good qualities, or an actual potential, and considers it either existent or true, or considers a fact about it as true. One of the eleven constructive emotions.

Tibetan: dad-pa

Sanskrit: śraddhā

J. Hopkins: Faith

Synonyms: Believing a fact to be true


Other languages

Italiano: Credere che un fatto sia vero
Русский: Вера в истинность факта

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