Saturday, October 02, 2004

". . . empirical, evaluative, and moral statements differ in terms of the category of reasons that are in each case appropriate for justifying the statements in question. And the type of reasons differentiates the sense of validity of the corresponding utterances, that is, their illocutionary meaning"

"Truth and Justification, p. 320

The category of reason is defined by the type of 'evidence.'?

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