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Logan Paul Gage
Franciscan University of Steubenville
Blake McAllister
Hillsdale College
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In this chapter, Gage and McAllister respond to various objections to the phenomenal conservative position in religious epistemology. In particular, they respond to the objections that seemings are the ultimate source of justification, that PC makes epistemic justification too easy, that PC involves conceptual circularity, and that PC lacks an objective connection to truth.
Keywords phenomenal conservatism  Reformed Epistemology  classical evidentialism  religious epistemology  evidentialism  truth connection
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