In my recent post on the inerrancy of the autographs, I made the following passing comment:
There is uncertainty everywhere in this world. If we are (rationally, justifiably) certain about anything at all, it is only about very elementary logically necessary propositions like '2+2=4', and even here there is some question (uncertainty!) about whether we are, or ought to be, truly certain.
"no one can mistakenly believe that there are beliefs"
- Richard Feldman, Epistemology, p. 125
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