Judgmentalism vs Non-commitalism

Call Non-commitalism the view that we sometimes ought to suspend belief, assign imprecise credences spanning the entire interval [0,1], or otherwise refrain from doxastic commitment.Opposing this,
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For Montaigne, the three finest things in life are <strong>friendship, sex, and reading</strong>. The best? Reading. Your friend may die, your sexual partner may betray you, but literature is always there

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Ontology and Metaontology: A Contemporary Guide

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According to Montaigne, the three top things in life are <strong>friendship, sex, and reading</strong>. What's best? Reading. Your friend may die, your sexual partner may betray you, but literature is always there

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<strong>Joan Didion&rsquo;s anti-journalism</strong>. She disliked interviews, did little reporting, and failed to "get" the story. Her brilliance came another way &mdash; close reading

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Politics in Socrates' Alcibiades: A Philosophical Account of Plato's Dialogue Alcibiades Major

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A Philosopher’s Blog 2012-2013 Free on Amazon

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Is Pro-Life a Cover for Misogyny?I: Preliminaries

During a recent discussion, I was asked if I believed that a person who holds to the pro-life position must be a misogynist. While there are misogynists who are pro-life, I hold to what should be
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The Impact of Idealism: The Legacy of Post-Kantian German Thought; Volume I, Philosophy and Natural Sciences

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