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Dialogues concerning Natural Religion: Hume’s Evidentialist objection to belief in God
Pages 7 (1757 words)
In this expository essay, I will provide an argument on Hume’s evidentialist objection to belief in God on the basis of its attachment to classical foundationism.
In addition, I will provide a discussion on why Clark and Plantinga believe that the classical foundationalist must reject classical foundationalist. Finally, I will provide a discussion on the various beliefs that Plantinga thinks are properly basic. These discussions will provide a vista to bring forth arguments on Plantinga and Clark’s arguments against classical foundationalism. The main aspect under discussion, which forms the thesis problem, is the Hume’s evidentialist objection to belief in God being a function of the truths within classical foundations and such truths may not be very valid and logical especially in the contemporary philosophy. Classical foundationalism is a theory and structure of knowledge that adheres to specific forms of internalism especially in reference to providing justifications to some basic beliefs. Classical foundationalism stems from the concept of modern foundationalism developed by Rene Descartes. Rene proposed the principle of modern foundationalism on the basis of sense (Descartes 80-81). ...
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