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What do philosophers think of Alvin Plantinga’s reformed epistemology?(r/philosophy)
That there is no reason to suppose we are being irrational by believing it without trying to ground it in some other belief; we are rationally entitled to take it as the foundation of our reasoning and arguments. Alvin Plantinga is known for arguing that theism is such a belief, but I think he’s exaggerating when he says his epistemology means that it’s rational to believe in God “without any evidence or argument at all”, since a properly basic belief is still rooted in experience on his view. For a fuller picture, see Plantinga’s Warrant and Proper Function, among his many other works on the subject.