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    The Doxastic Ideal in Traditional Epistemology and the Project of an Epistemology of Religion.Constantin Stoenescu - 2009 - Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 8 (22):53-62.
    The standard definition of knowledge and the concept of objective knowledge, as they were described in the epistemology sprung from the Vienna Circle, are too restricted in comparison with our natural disposal to admit different beliefs as reliable. The main guilt for this state of arts in epistemology belongs to the so- called, in Wolterstorff’s terms, “doxastic ideal”, namely, the traditional picture of the ideally formed beliefs. Locke’s view of entitlement was the modern expression of this ideal and Hume’s analysis (...)
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