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First, a full explanation of the seemings or beliefs is needed, one that does not appeal to the facts that are the subject of the seemings or beliefs.
Presumably, establishing such an explanation requires sufficiently strong seemings--either contrary perceptions or contrary seemings of a different sort (e.
But there does seem to be an important class of seemings and beliefs that are in the same boat, namely many inductive ones.