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At best we can give a vague indication of reasons we find convincing. It is only in rare cases that we can tell a person’s detailed reasons from what he can say about them. Indeed it is doubtful that we can ever fully specify our reasons. This will not seem obvious if we think only of deductive reasons: reasons that deductively entail a conclusion. Deductive “reasoning” can be fully specified; hence the idea that “deductive reasons” can be fully specified. Not so for inductive reasons. It is doubtful that anyone 28 REASONS AND REASONING has ever fully specified an actual piece of inductive reasoning, since it is unlikely that anyone could specify the relevant total evidence in any actual case.
But he does not come to know that the candle is there. This Gettier example is accounted for if the reasoning instantiator ascribes to the man in question reasoning that infers that things look the way they do (or that the stimulation of his eye is as it is) because there is a candle twelve feet in front of him, etc. There is no requirement that the man be aware that things are looking a certain way to him, or aware that the stimulation of his eye has the relevant character. A good reasoning instantiator will ascribe such reasoning to him in this and similar cases.
These reasons can involve either his theory that the teacher dislikes him or his realization that he is not doing well in the course. What distinguishes these cases cannot be Albert’s thinking that certain reasons are his reasons. His views about what his reasons are can be the same in both cases. Instead, the difference seems to lie in why he believes as he does. In imagining that he believes as he does for reasons involving his realization that he is philosophically incompetent, we ascribe to his belief a different explanation from that we ascribe to it when we say that he really believes as he does for reasons involving his theory that the instructor has it in for existentialists.
Thought by Gilbert Harman