Kyle Scott Heythrop College
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  • PhD, University of Edinburgh, 2014.

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  1. Anthony Bolos & Kyle Scott (2015). Reformed Epistemology. Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
    An introduction to Reformed Epistemology.
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  2. Kyle Scott (2014). Return of the Great Pumpkin. Religious Studies 50:297-308.
    According to Alvin Plantinga there is no good reason to think that there is anything unacceptable about religious belief even if the believer cannot present evidence or arguments in support of her beliefs. One important challenge to this claim is the ‘Great Pumpkin’ objection. This objection is that Plantinga's arguments could be used to defend very strange beliefs such as belief in the Great Pumpkin. I describe this objection in more detail and then offer a solution to the problem by (...)
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  3. Kyle Scott (2010). Blood Matters: From Inherited Illness to Designer Babies, How the World and I Found Ourselves in the Future of the Gene. Masha Gessen. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2008. 336 Pages. Hardback. ISBN 978-0151013623. RRP: £18.99. [REVIEW] Human Reproduction and Genetic Ethics 16 (1):127-129.
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  4. Kyle Scott (2009). Lessons From The Crito. Polis 26 (1):31-51.
    On the question of civil disobedience the Crito seems out of step with what Socrates says on the matter in other dialogues. This paper argues that Socrates does not abandon his earlier preference for philosophy over the law by choosing to stay and die, but rather, it is because of his preference for philosophy and the philosophic way of life that he ends up not escaping. This paper reaches its conclusion by showing that the argument of the Laws is unpersuasive (...)
     
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