The Right to Believe Hardback

Perspectives in Religious Epistemology

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The Right to Believe

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In the twentieth century, many contemporary epistemologists in the analytic tradition have entered into debate regarding the right to belief with new tools: Richard Swinburne, Anthony Kenny, Alvin Plantinga, Nicholas Wolterstorff, Peter van Inwagen (who contributes a piece in this volume) defending or contesting the requirement of evidence for any justified belief. The best things we can do, it seems, is to examine more attentively the true notion of "right to believe", especially about religious matters. This is exactly what authors of the papers in this book do.

The Right to Believe was published by De Gruyter in January 2012. The ISBN for The Right to Believe is 9783110319972.

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Details for The Right to Believe

Book FormatHardback
PublisherDe Gruyter (January 2012)
Number of Pages244
Height210 mm
Width148 mm
Product Code4533486
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