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Trusting others, trusting God concepts of belief, faith and rationality /

Trusting Others, Trusting God is an investigation of the concepts of moral and religious trust. The question of why or how it is rational to trust anyone has been the typical focus of philosophers, with an underlying assumption that trust must be justified. In most cases, trust (even - or perhaps especially religious trust) is portrayed as irrational. Sheela Pawar argues that a grammatical investigation of the concept of trust can help rectify this mistreatment.

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  • "Trusting Others, Trusting God is an investigation of the concepts of moral and religious trust. The question of why or how it is rational to trust anyone has been the typical focus of philosophers, with an underlying assumption that trust must be justified. In most cases, trust (even - or perhaps especially religious trust) is portrayed as irrational. Sheela Pawar argues that a grammatical investigation of the concept of trust can help rectify this mistreatment."@en

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  • "Concepts of belief, faith and rationality"
  • "Trusting others, trusting God concepts of belief, faith, and rationality /"
  • "Trusting others, trusting God : concepts of belief, faith and rationality /"
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  • "Trusting Others, Trusting God Concepts of Belief, Faith and Rationality."@en