Belief vs. commitment, validity vs. value: A response to ward Goodenough

Zygon 28 (2):283-286 (1993)
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. This paper is on Ward Goodenough's recent article , suggesting that his points can be clarified by reiterating the distinction between the realms of meaning and relevance. Religion's “truth” is in the form of its ualue; the “proof” which it requires is uindication; and the resulting “faith” must be understood as commitment



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