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II. Alstonian Practical Rationality

None of the varieties of rationality I have so far mentioned offers the resources for a sensible de jure question. In his magisterial book, Perceiving God,133133   Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991. Subsequent page references will be to this book. William Alston proposes still another way to construe rationality (and the de jure question). Given the power and depth of Alston’s account, this one merits a more careful look.


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