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Anecdotal Pluralism (pages 117-142)

Daniele BERTINI ABSTRACT: Anecdotal pluralism (AP) is the claim that, when two individuals disagree on the truth of a religious belief, the right move to make is to engage in a communal epistemic process of evidence sharing and evaluation, motivated by the willingness to learn from each other, understand the adversary’s views and how these challenge their own, and re-evaluate …

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