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Rawls is a coherentist about political justification

Here’s an interesting quote from Rawls: A conception of Justice cannot be deduced from self-evident premises or conditions on principles; instead, its justification is a matter of the mutual support of many considerations, of everything fitting together into one coherent view. ~A … Continue reading

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The Real Problem with Naturalized Epistemology

Other objections aside, here is the real problem with Naturalized Epistemology as I see it. On the one hand, the principle motivator for adopting Naturalized Epistemology is the view of Metaphysical Naturalism (which is what is most often called simply … Continue reading

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