Philo 14 (1):101-107 (2011)

J. L. Schellenberg
Mount Saint Vincent University
Wykstra’s paper defends two objections to my reasoning in The Wisdom to Doubt. One says that we in fact do take evidence to be representative of all the relevant evidence that exists when forming the judgment that it makes some proposition probable, the other that our judgments as to the representativeness of evidence are often justified, and can be justified even in matters of religion. Both objections are instructive but ultimately unsuccessful, as I show here
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DOI 10.5840/Philo20111419
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