Q: When is justification required for a perspective?
I am familiar with three answers to this question, but would like to explore other options. Those I am familiar with are below.
What are some other options? Or is the 'correct' answer listed above? (Or, have I completely botched the question?:perplexed:)
- Any claim must be justified.
- Any positive claim must be justified.
- Only certain claims must be justified.
Uncertain claims can be a matter of faith..is that a natural progression? Claims can be personal..claims need a witness...no claims can be proven completely..As a non educated philosopher am i playing the game correctly?
I am not sure that I follow what you're getting at.
Then one of us has failed..