, Volume 14, Issue 2, pp 107-121

Externalism, proper inferentiality and sensible evidentialism

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I wish to thank both Calvin College and the Centre for the Philosophy of Religion at the University of Notre Dame for funding a sabbatical year during which many of the ideas in this paper were incubated and drafted. During this sabbatical I read John Henry Newman'sEssay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent, and some of Newman's ideas no doubt rubbed off on what follows. For helpful comments on the paper, I am grateful to Alvin Plantinga, Fred Suppe, Paul Draper, James Sennett, Scott Davison, Stephen Evans, and numerous colloquia participants both at Notre Dame and Calvin College.