Date of Submission
Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
© 2017 Andrew Reed
When interpretations vary for the same set of evidence, what should be done? Options include just agreeing to disagree, maintaining one’s initial beliefs, or going all the way to completely suspending judgment. Taking this final option binds an agent to some interesting views, including an acceptance of epistemic dilemmas. However, the kind of total skepticism some philosophers want out of disagreement is probably a pipe dream – if there is no best option, no option can be eliminated.
Reed, Andrew, "Dilemmas From Disagreement" (2018). CMC Senior Theses. 1766.
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