The conclusion to The Realm of Reason gives briefly examples of other areas a fully developed rationalism has to elucidate. These include, amongst others, explaining self‐ and other‐ascriptions of mental states and the possibility of conforming to the normative requirements of rationality, and further elucidating the notion of knowing what it is for a given content to be true.
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