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    • All creation groans : a theodicy for suffering animals. 

      Douglass, Matthew K., 1981- (2015-03-24)
      Philosophers and theologians have long tried to reconcile belief in a perfect God with the fact of widespread, horrific, and seemingly pointless suffering. However, relatively little thought has been given to animal ...
    • Common sense epistemology : a defense of seemings as evidence. 

      McAllister, Blake. (2016-04-05)
      Starting from an internalist, evidentialist, deontological conception of epistemic justification, this dissertation constitutes a defense of common sense epistemology. Common sense epistemology is a theory of ultimate ...
    • The evidential support relation. 

      Byerly, T. Ryan. (, 2012-08-08)
      Evidentialist views in epistemology, like that of Earl Conee and Richard Feldman, define epistemic justification at least partially in terms of evidential support. According to these views, a person is justified in believing ...
    • Justified closure of inquiry : a non-reductive account. 

      Martin, Kraig W. (, 2014-06-11)
      This dissertation is concerned with answering the following question: In virtue of what is one justified in closing inquiry? A closure of inquiry in an act whereby one intentionally stops some investigation and does so ...
    • Modeling divine deliberation. 

      Tong, Jing, 1985- (, 2011-09-14)
      Under the assumption that God deliberates when he decides which world he will create, I set out to build a model for God’s deliberation. The first chapter will lay the ground and outline each chapter. From Chapter Two ...