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|Other Titles: ||Wide Reflective Equilibrium and Pluralistic Foudationalism|
|Authors: ||伊勢田, 哲治|
|Issue Date: ||2006|
|Citation: ||Nagoya Journal of Philosophy. v.5, 2006, p.29-53|
|Abstract: ||The purpose of this paper is to investigate the implication of wide reflective equilibrium (WRE) for foundationalism. On a first look Rawls and Daniels seem to propose versions of reflective equilibrium as a method of coherentism. However, the method of WRE is also compatible with modest foundationalism, and some passages of Rawls and Daniels suggest that they too allow this possibility. The version of foundationalism I endorse is a pluralist one in which not only considered judgments but also ethical principles and background theories can be included in the set of basic judgments.|
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