What is ‘Evidentialism’ according to Feldman and Conee?

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What is ‘Evidentialism’ according to Feldman and Conee?  Provide examples to illustrate the view.  What is the problem—again to give it a name—of ‘Alfred and Modus Ponens’?  How does it provide a problem, at least at first glance, for evidentialism?  What is Feldman and Conee’s response to this problem?  What does it have to do with ‘well-foundedness’?  Briefly, do you find their response convincing?


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