Belief's Own Ethics

@inproceedings{Adler2002BeliefsOE,
  title={Belief's Own Ethics},
  author={J. Adler},
  year={2002}
}
The fundamental question of the ethics of belief is "What ought one to believe?" According to the traditional view of evidentialism, the strength of one's beliefs should be proportionate to the evidence. Conventional ways of defending and challenging evidentialism rely on the idea that what one ought to believe is a matter of what it is rational, prudent, ethical, or personally fulfilling to believe. Common to all these approaches is that they look outside of belief itself to determine what one… Expand
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