Philosopher W.K. Clifford Delivers Famous Address on 'The Ethics of Belief'

Philosopher W.K. Clifford Delivers Famous Address on 'The Ethics of Belief'

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Philosopher William K. Clifford delivers his now-famous address "The Ethics of Belief" in which he expresses the controversial idea that:

"It is wrong always, everywhere, and for anyone, to believe anything on insufficient evidence."

 

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