Clifford’s principle, “It is wrong always, everywhere, and for anyone, to believe anything upon insufficient evidence” •Clifford claims that beliefs based upon insufficient evidence are wrong regardless of how trivial they seem. Beliefs shape our actions, and we ought not act on the basis of unjustified beliefs. Thus, we must always base our beliefs on adequate evidence. This duty, furthermore, extends to all people, no matter their place in society.

Show Clifford’s principle as a deductively valid argument and Construct an argument for the conclusion that it is morally wrong to believe that God exists using premises drawn from Clifford’s principle. Explain and Evaluate the argument you just presented


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