Today was actually a pretty cool day. This morning I did physical therapy, then ate lunch and had the first class meeting of a virtue epistemology course. In addition to the standard overview of the subject and first-day-of-class things, we got to each introduce ourselves. I surprised myself by being able to give the thirty-second version not just of my current dissertation topic but also the next project, which I’ll have to talk about if I ever actually get there. The ninety-second version of the ninety-second version is essentially: assume the natural theology project fails and it turns out that we can’t prove anything about whether God exists or what kind of Being God is; in that case, can I say some religious beliefs are better than others? I’m still trying to figure out how to structure that project, but even being able to talk about the kernel and why I thought virtue epistemology is related, it was really interesting.