from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The opinion in moral theology that where the reasons for either of two opposed courses of action are equally balanced, a man may use his liberty to follow either.
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He was the first to give a methodical exposition of the views of the saint regarding the vexed question of equiprobabilism.
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