Brewer offers no argument for premise (1). He takes (1) for granted. This may seem fair, since just about everyone seems to accept (1). But, I don’t think (1) is entirely uncontroversial, once we understand precisely what Brewer means by it. As we’ll see below, a lot of this debate will trade on how we understand “provide reasons for”. Recall Pryor’s… (More)
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