I thought we were arguing about atheism being or not being a "belief system". How did we now come to me being asked to describe the mind?<quoted text>doesn't have to specifically state that atheism is a belief system. regarding epistomology.
Sections 3 and 4 further investigate the epistemic role of perception and introduce two distinct conceptions of the architecture of our belief system: foundationalism and coherentism. It is shown how perceptual experience and perceptual beliefs are integrated into these systems. Finally, section 5 turns to the externalist view that thinkers need not be aware of what justifies their perceptual beliefs.
what you think is the whole point of this argument. thinking is of the mind. it isn't of any thing else.
can you show me an accurate image of the mind? can you describe it's fundamental properties?
Can you not simply concede that atheism follows from a system of beliefs and is not in and of itself a belief system? Then we can move on to minds and cool things like that.