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James William McClendon on Defeasibility

Understanding Religious Conviction (University of Notre Dame Press: 1975), p. 118.

There is, however, a form of the fallibility principle which is both significant and acceptable. It holds that even one’s most cherished and tenaciously held convictions might be false and are in principle always subject to rejection, reformulation, improvement, or reformation.