Evidence

Any reason that one has for believing in an idea is evidence. Simply having evidence does not mean that an idea is epistemically justified, however. There needs to be a certain minimum level of evidence for it to be reasonable for one to accept an idea as truth. If evidence is lacking, then belief in an idea requires blind faith.

The Enlightened Worldview Project

Using modern phenomenology

to make sense of consciousness,

to establish a solid foundation for morality,

to answer the question of ultimate explanation,

and other great questions of life