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Part I. Acceptability: Dialectical and Epistemological Considerations: 1. Why do we need a theory of acceptability? 2. Acceptability and presumption 3. Factors determining presumption: Basic considerations 4. Epistemological considerations: Acceptability, deontology, internalism, justification Part II. Statements, Belief-Generating Mechanisms, and Presumptive Reliability: 5. What types of statements are there? 6. Necessary statements and a priori intuition 7. Descriptions and their belief-generating mechanisms 8. Interpretations and their modes of intuition 9. Evaluations and the moral faculties 10. Taking one's word: The interpersonal belief-generating mechanism Part III. Practice and Perspective: 11. An outline of the practice of epistemic casuistry 12. Theoretical considerations: A common sense foundationalism.