By John R. Shook, Joseph Margolis
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This is the situation in which a person’s faith in the truth of a proposition is a necessary condition for acquiring the very evidence for the proposition which the evidentialist requires. James demonstrated how this might occur in the case of religious belief. He argued that pre-evidential belief in religious propositions may be required as a condition of the subject’s recognizing the evidential relevance of experiences which support those beliefs. As he put it, “we feel . . as if the appeal of religion to us were made to our own active good-will, as if evidence might be forever withheld from us unless we met the hypothesis half-way” (Works WB, p.
297). It is a most interesting question as to whether and how it would be possible to reconcile these three radically different conceptions of experience utilized by James. The Will to Believe and the Justification of Faith James’s doctrine of the will to believe has engendered controversy for over a century. His essay, “The Will to Believe,” was first published in 1896 and then published a year later in his book The Will to Believe and Other Essays. In “The Will to Believe,” James placed himself firmly in the fideist tradition in philosophy, which includes thinkers such as Tertullian and Kierkegaard.
A Companion to Pragmatism (Blackwell Companions to Philosophy) by John R. Shook, Joseph Margolis