Well, I am going to see if I can present my objections to the entries in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy to a body of concerned professionals.
The Rocky Mountain Ethics Conference has asked for abstracts for possible papers to potentially present.
How does this sound?
The Reasons We Should Have
In the Stanford Encyclopedia for Philosophy entry, “Reasons for Action: Justification, Motivation, Explanation”, the desire-based theory of normative reasons is expressed as:
Roughly, someone’s having a reason to act requires their having some motivation that would be served by acting in the way favoured by the putative reason.
This is the entry on fideism in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. It mentions the possibility of a rational fideism.
Somebody is wrong on the Internet. That “somebody” is the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. The error occurs in several articles concerning “reasons for action,” in which it is assumed that desire-based theories cannot make use o...
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Here is the Stanford Encyclopedia entry on Modal Logic. There is no mention that I can see that it is even used in theology or philosophy of religion.