Distinguishes logic from the theory of reasoning, rejects special epistemic foundations in favour of a general epistemological conservatism and discusses the role in reasoning of coherence and simplicity. The difference between theoretical and practical reasoning is discussed, as is the role that practical considerations play in theoretical reasoning.
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