Agnosticism and the balance of evidence

Author: Chris Daly

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Agnosticism and the balance of evidence by Chris Daly is a philosophical analysis of agnosticism and its relation to the balance of evidence regarding the existence of God. It explores the position of agnostics who neither believe in nor deny the existence of God due to the perceived lack of sufficient evidence.
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