Everyone makes mistakes. A mistake, by definition, is not something that is done on purpose or intentionally. Our beliefs also can be mistaken. Sometimes our mistaken beliefs are due to the fact that we did not have enough information or evidence to know any better. On the other hand, sometimes our mistaken beliefs are due to the fact that we were not paying close enough attention to the evidence that already was available to us. Consider the following claim: A person who does not believe in God is making a mistake (an epistemological error). Could not believing in God ever be due to the fact that a person does not have enough evidence to believe in God? What would Bergmann think? Would he agree? Why or why not? When answering this question make sure to include references to the assigned readings.
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