Galen Barry, assistant professor of philosophy at Iona College, writes in with a question for Daily Nous readers.
When was the last time you changed your mind on a philosophical issue? I don’t mean developed a view on something you didn’t used to have a view on. I mean endorsed one view, then rejected it for another view. What caused you to switch? Extra points given if the old view is something you defend/endorse in print.
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