The Daily Owl 9-5-2013

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DailyOwl_thumb5_thumb_thumb_thumb_th[2]_thumb The Daily Owl says, “If the world is ambiguous, it is because those of us who live in it are faced with a number of interpretations of it, and of ourselves, that are each capable of rational support, and which are each held by people who need not have violated any doxastic obligations in adhering to them.” (Terrence Penelhum)
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