Terry says: “It is a typically positivist kind of mistake to begin with the propositional.”
To this, Norm replies:
In all these cases, performances lead us to propositions, some of which might be inarticulable. It is at least plausible that religion is another such case. A believer might say:
you will lead me by the right road
though I may know nothing about it.
1. There’s nothing odd about putting performance before belief. As the man said, surely correctly: