High Stakes and Religiously Significant Propositions
Part of the Palgrave Frontiers in Philosophy of Religion book series (PFPR)
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I spent Chapter 1 defending several principles of encroachment which will continue to be of interest to us as this book proceeds. In this chapter we will focus on two of those principles. These are Fantl and McGrath’s KA principle and its epistemic counterpart, EA:
KA: S knows that p only if s is rational to act as if that p.
EA: S is justified that p only if s is rational to act as if that p.
KeywordsReligious Belief High Stake Moral Argument Moral Truth Epistemic Standard
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© Aaron Rizzieri 2013