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Pragmatic encroachment, religious belief, and practice

Author: Aaron Rizzieri
Publisher: Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Series: Palgrave frontiers in philosophy of religion.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Engaging several recent and important discussions in the mainstream epistemological literature surrounding 'pragmatic encroachment', the volume asks, amongst others, the question: Do the high stakes  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Aaron Rizzieri
ISBN: 9781137009401 1137009403
OCLC Number: 848162726
Description: xi, 167 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1 Breaking with Orthodoxy: Encroachment and the Bank Cases 6 --
I Overview 6 --
II Introducing the bank cases 8 --
III Two principles of encroachment and the puzzle 10 --
A Fantl and McGrath's "knowledge-action" principle 10 --
B Moral encroachment, KNA, and KA 14 --
IV Competing accounts of the bank cases 17 --
A Moderate invariantism and KA's epistemic counterpart 17 --
B Maybe knowledge is compatible with negligent action 19 --
C Denying belief: Jennifer Nagel, Kent Bach, and the bank cases 21 --
D Williamson's KK thesis 24 --
E DeRose's intellect u a list contextualism and the bank cases 26 --
Notes 32 --
2 High Stakes and Religiously Significant Propositions 38 --
I Overview 38 --
II Miracles and stakes considerations 39 --
A A stakes-based argument against miracles formulated 39 --
B Testimony and evidence 40 --
C Inference to the best explanation and the resurrection 41 --
D A qualified rejection of stakes-based arguments against miracles 43 --
E Hope that J, stakes considerations, and justification that not-J 48 --
F Stakes and immoral hopes 52 --
III A broader set of religiously significant propositions 54 --
IV Conclusion 55 --
Notes 55 --
3 An Encroachment Argument for Internalism 60 --
I Overview 60 --
II The encroachment argument for internalism 60 --
A A mistaken argument for internalism 60 --
B The encroachment argument for internalism stated 62 --
III (P1) of EAFI 62 --
A (P1), KNA, and ENA 62 --
B (P1) and two further encroachment principles 64 --
IV (P2) of EAFI 68 --
A From negligence to internalism 68 --
B A further connection between epistemic justification and moral reasoning 71 --
Notes 75 --
4 Reformed Epistemology In Light of Encroachment 80 --
I Overview 80 --
II Plantinga's reformed epistemology 81 --
A Plantinga's account of warrant 81 --
B The setisiis divinitatus 85 --
C Religious pluralism and the sensus 87 --
D The internal instigation of the Holy Spirit 91 --
III Reformed epistemology criticized 93 --
A Plantinga's weak notions of Justification and internal rationality 93 --
B Plantinga's dismissal of the problem of evil 97 --
C The new evil-demon, the EAFI, and reformed epistemology 102 --
D Negligence, access requirements, and reformed epistemology 104 --
Notes 107 --
5 The Justification of Action-Guiding Beliefs: A Positive Account 113 --
I Overview 113 --
II Some necessary conditions on the justification of action-guiding beliefs 114 --
A Clause (a) of EI 115 --
B Clause (b) of EI 117 --
C Clause (c) of EI 117 --
D Clause (c) and Bonjour's clairvoyance objection to externalism 120 --
III EI, access conditions, and the scope of "action-guiding" 122 --
A EI and access conditions 122 --
B The scope of "action-guiding" and Bergmann's dilemma for internalism 123 --
Notes 130 --
6 James and the Justification Norm of Belief and Action 134 --
I Overview 134 --
II Hope and belief 136 --
III Justification and knowledge norms of belief and action 139 --
IV James's argument and his concept of "belief" 142 --
V Bishop's argument and the problem of partial belief 147 --
A Bishop's views explicated 147 --
B The superiority of hope 152 --
Notes 157.
Series Title: Palgrave frontiers in philosophy of religion.
Responsibility: Aaron Rizzieri, City University of New York--LaGuardia, USA.
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