Philosophers are interested in the nature, rationality, and ethics of trust. Each category is highly debated and raises thorny questions. For example, most philosophers believe that trust is a kind of reliance on another person that, when violated, provokes not only disappointment but a feeling of betrayal. But why? And, in the ethical realm, does our obligation to trust a loved one require us to ignore evidence that casts doubt on her trustworthiness? (VIDEO)
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