Last week we looked at arguments concerning endorsement of a limited form of PSR, and the potential problems that such attempts at restriction generate. This (our final) week we discuss the consequences of endorsing one form or another of outright PSR skepticism/denial. What consequences, if any, are there to a whole rejection of PSR?
- Koons & Pruss: “Skepticism and the principle of sufﬁcient reason”
- Kleinschmidt: “Reasoning without the principle of sufficient reason”
- Pruss: The principle of sufficient reason: A reassessment (chs. 14, 16)
- Nozick: “Why is there something rather than nothing?”
- Rosenberg: “Naturalistic epistemology for eliminative materialists”