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Doxastic - pertaining to [[belief]]. Alternatively, also pertaining to states sufficiently like beliefs ([[thought]]s, [[judgment]]s, [[opinion]]s, [[desires]], [[wishes]], [[fear]]s).
 
Doxastic - pertaining to [[belief]]. Alternatively, also pertaining to states sufficiently like beliefs ([[thought]]s, [[judgment]]s, [[opinion]]s, [[desires]], [[wishes]], [[fear]]s).
   

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Doxastic - pertaining to belief. Alternatively, also pertaining to states sufficiently like beliefs (thoughts, judgments, opinions, desires, wishes, fears).

Evidentialism is generally applied to separate justified beliefs from unjustified beliefs one may hold in a doxastic attitude.


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