This concluding chapter gives a final overview of the whole theory that has been outlined in the previous chapters, by outlining the theory's implications for various other branches of philosophy. Specifically, it outlines the theory's implications for the following four branches of philosophy: (i) the philosophy of mind and language; (ii) the theory of rational belief and rational decision; (iii) first-order normative ethical theory; and (iv) the philosophy of religion.
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