“TCS holds that all human beings are fallible and can make mistakes. You can feel 100% sure that you are right, when actually, you are mistaken. We think that there is such a thing as truth, and right and wrong, and that through conjecture and criticism, human beings can come to know and understand truths about the world, including moral truths. But what we can never get is authority, or proof, that any particular idea or belief is one of those truths.
“TCS holds that improvement is possible and that the best state to be in is one in which you are solving problems and effecting improvements.”
At first glance, this makes some sense, but I am wondering if it is practical.