Infinitism, Completability, and Computability: Reply to Peijnenburg

Mind 119 (476):1123-1124 (2011)
In ‘Infinitism Regained’, Jeanne Peijnenburg argues for a version of infinitism wherein ‘beliefs may be justified by an infinite chain of reasons that can be actually completed’. I argue that Peijnenburg has not successfully argued for this claim, but rather has shown that certain infinite series can be computed
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