Arguments from Inability

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I often hear people assume that a proposition is false or worth rejecting because some aspect of it might be difficult to explain. This seems fallacious. For any given proposition X with aspect Y, our inability to explain Y doesn’t justify the conclusion of ~X.

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  1. Credulo


    Edward Feser comments about “Mistery” in his blog:

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