What are Belief Systems?

@article{UsDomnech2016WhatAB,
  title={What are Belief Systems?},
  author={Josep Lluis Us{\'o}-Dom{\'e}nech and Josu{\'e}-Antonio Nescolarde-Selva},
  journal={Foundations of Science},
  year={2016},
  volume={21},
  pages={147-152}
}
In beliefs we live, we move and we are [...] the beliefs constitute the base of our life, the land on which we live [...] All our conduct, including the intellectual life, depends on the system of our authentic beliefs. In them [...] lies latent, as implications of whatever specifically we do or we think [...] the man, at heart, is believing or, which is equal, the deepest stratum of our life, the spirit that maintains and carries all the others, is formed by beliefs...(Ortega y Gasset) 

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