Intro to Philosophy Final 3

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Intro to Philosophy Final 3
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  1. Being aware of your ignorance. Accepting the fact that you don’t know everything so you can have the willingness to learn more. Does not claim to know things he doesn’t know
    Definition of Wisdom
  2. True opinion
                                                                    Belief+ truth

                                                    Knowledge
                                                Belief+ truth + something else
    Knowledge vs true opinion
  3. No people who stop believing what should be doubted should believe anything
    All rational people are people who stop believing what can be doubted
    No rational person should believe anything
    Descartes’ definition of knowledge
  4. All beliefs based on insufficient evidence are morally wrong to hold. Is it sound?
    Argument for Clifford’s conclusion. Yes.
  5. All beliefs based on insufficient evidence are morally wrong to hold
    All belief in God is based on insufficient evidence
    All belief in God is morally wrong to hold
    Is it sound?
    Argument regarding belief in God. Not the first one.

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