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DEFENDING DESIGN ARGUMENTS AGAINST PLANTINGA

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This article criticises Alvin Plantinga’s claim that ‘basic’ design beliefs, which arise without a conscious inference, have more positive epistemic status than non-basic ones and that we cannot evaluate the probabilities involved in inferential, inductive design arguments.

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2014-11-17
2017-04-28

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