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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 20 issue 1

Beyond All Reason

Robert B. Tapp


Beyond All Reason Robert B. Tapp At the outset, let me state my conclusion: nothing. Many things can and do come before reason, and after it, and even alongside it, but nothing can or should replace it when rationalists describe their ongoing criterion of action and reflection. Not only within...

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