The Epistemology of Disagreement
This chapter takes up one main question: When and how can a belief be sustained reasonably in the face of known disagreement? The answer to this question will depend on our prospects for sustaining cherished opinions in fields where controversy abounds, such as religion, politics, history, morality, art, philosophy, and even medicine and the law.
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