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The philosophical school of Evidentialism holds that people should form, amend, and relinquish a belief wholly in accordance with the available evidence for that belief. This paper reviews the extent to which believers in paranormal phenomena respect Evidentialism's so-called "ethics of belief." The analysis focuses on several common violations of evidentialist principles, namely, those pertaining to belief formation as a moral issue, belief inflexibility, belief inconsistency, confirmationdoi:10.31156/jaex.23514 fatcat:kiwb2x7zlvcpfja3u6x3zjawsm