1.2. Ears are not reliable. There must be Marble inside.
1.3. Eyes are not reliable. There must be Marble inside.
1.4. Why would someone lie about Marble? I might find it, if I search “properly”. There must be Marble inside.
1.5. If I don’t say Marble is great or eat chocolates now, Marble might eat me after killing me. Why take chance?
1.6. If I say, Marble is great, it might give me chocolates after killing me. Why not take chance?
1.7. Marble is Great!
…This was Marbleism.
2.2. I couldn’t see a marble on opening the box. There is no marble inside.
2.3. It’s possible to write anything on the label. If I want, I can erase and write “SPOON THE GREAT INSIDE”. It doesn’t mean there has to be a spoon inside.
2.4. What’s written on the label is false.
2.5. I’ll try to grow chocolates and eat them to my heart’s content before I die.
2.6. To find anything, I use exactly the same method to as I used to find the marble.
2.7. While it is possible for a marble, or for that matter even a spoon to be inside a box, there is no marble in the box given to me.
…This was Amarbleism.
3.2. Not being able to see the Marble despite being able to see the box doesn’t rule out the possibility that there could be Marble inside.
3.3. People can write things on a label – they can either be true or false.
3.4. Had the label talked of a spoon inside the box, I wouldn’t have taken any time to conclude that it was false. But Marble is to be accorded special status.
3.5. I’m not sure if there is Marble inside or not.
3.6. Not sure if Marble will get angry if I grow and eat chocolates while alive. 😦
…This was Agnosticism.