What do you call the following philosophy?
On its own God doesn't exist. Imagination is essential for humans to thrive to their fullest potential. At specific times, imagination is so useful that it warrants deliberately suspending disbelief to the point of believing in God despite its non-existence.
It's not atheism and it's not theism either. Agnosticism doesn't fit either because it's known that God doesn't exist. Diatheism comes close by focusing on the definition of God. However, I'm not concerned with the contradictory definition. I'm talking about contradictory truth depending on context. Relativism also comes close, but what I'm talking about here is that a particular belief can hold two absolute and yet contradictory truths - and yet it's desirable to be that way. Also important to note that imagination isn't relegated to a secondary role. It's not merely a sidekick to reality. For some contexts imagination may trump reality. In some contexts it's an essential illusion - so deeply essential that it must become more than reality in that context.
Now, on the opposite side of the spectrum - here is lighter example: Programmers often use the rubber ducky debugging technique to help them debug programs. The programmer knows very well that the ducky is not real. The ducky can't hear them, it doesn't care what it's being told. The ducky doesn't have a mind. And yet the programmer suspends their disbelief and imagines the ducky having consciousness. Some programmers go as far as skipping the talisman and imagining the whole thing in their heads from start to finish.
They persist because of the practical utility, not because of reality. The reason they do this is because they derive a real benefit from a non-existent entity. That sentient ducky does not exist anywhere other than their imagination.
Or more generally what's the following philosophy?: The belief that it's desirable to have two opposing beliefs at the same time. It is the context that determines the truth of each. (Ex: To the programmer, the ducky is as real as you and me during a debugging session, but outside of that specific context, it's just a piece of plastic.) God is as real as real gets during an extreme survival situation, but it's fake when used to justify a Holy War. A truly free will is critical for a human mind to thrive, but for the purposes of AI research and neurology, it's a purely emergent illusion.
In some contexts it's important to disbelieve the objective truth. In some contexts suspending disbelief is absolutely critical for survival and mental health.
What do you call the philosophy of believing that in a specific context pure imagination outweighs objective truth?