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What sorts of beliefs can be justified non-scientifically?

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Do all theories require frameworks or assumptions to be supplied? If so, why?

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Are two persons equally rational in choosing different dogmatic stopping points in their chains of justification as per the Münchhausen trilemma?

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In what fundamental ways, if any, does Husserl break with Kant?

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Are there non-scientific ways to have a justified belief in levitation?

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I'm running into this weirdness using the concept of certainty. Why?

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What are the arguments for innatism, essentialism, and rationalism?

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What is the standard of rationality to be held to epistemic norms?

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When is absence of evidence not evidence of absence?

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help with understanding Deleuze's argument on "difference first, identity second"

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How do you respond to this common critique of American Pragmatism?

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Is it logically permissible to neither believe nor disbelieve a proposition X? Or does this violate the law of excluded middle?

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What type of reasoning is this? Abduction, inference to the best explanation, induction?

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Is it possible for an individual to adopt a new better general epistemic system?

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