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29) Leaving aside whether this claim implies that testimonially based beliefs must be inferential, is it true that for every proposition one justifiedly believes on the basis of testimony, one must have a justification from other sources?
On the assumption that what was testimonially learned and is memorially preserved can justify believing a proposition someone attests to, it may be that many people reach a point at which, for everything they justifiedly come to believe on the basis of testimony, they do have some degree of justification grounded independently of the testimony in question.
To reduce these acts to mere problems of political encoding would mean to embrace a form of postmodern jouissance that is clearly not appropriate here; together with theorists like Der Derian, Jameson, or Said, writers like DeLillo and, even more so, McElroy appear justifiedly uncomfortable with having inherited the semiotics of violence while in reality real violence is being inflicted on a grand scale.
that there is a dog before him if he also justifiedly believes that
Descartes is justifiedly emblematic of modernity just because he found new power in the modern retreat within.
For van Fraassen would think that even granting the comparability of theories for similitude we still can't justifiedly ascribe any interesting approximate truth to their U-statements; it is this reservation I wish to assuage.
Brennan maintains, "Voters should justifiedly believe that the policies or candidates they support would promote the common good.
Ankara protests, justifiedly, that to date, no other candidate's membership has been subject to a plebiscite and that Turkey must be given equal treatment.
However, I do not think this generic reminder rules out the possibility of believing justifiedly a good explanation.
But this fact by itself neither makes it unlikelier nor prevents us from believing justifiedly in it because the explanation may still be a very good explanation.
MFR implies that if a person justifiedly believes that she is morally required to perform some act, then she has a reason for performing that action.
The overall argument depends on the claim that the process of justification is conceptually linked with the property of justification, so that S justifiedly believes that p just in case that belief is causally sustained by a process which conforms to epistemic principles constitutive of justificatory practice.
My theory of voting ethics says that it's permissible to vote only if you vote for what you justifiedly believe will promote the right ends of government.