Is the Problem of Grue the Problem of Old Evidence?

via Jon’s post below and Gillian Russell at TAR, Greg Restall summarizes and links to Branden Fitelson’s very interesting talk (pdf of Branden’s slides) at the Banff Mathematical Methods in Philosophy workshop. I’ve only seen the slides, but I have … Continue reading

The (Mostly Harmless) Inconsistency of Knowledge Attributions

I’ve posted a long paper, “The (Mostly Harmless) Inconsistency of Knowledge Attributions.” It argues for a fourth alternative to contextualism, invariantism, and relativism: that knowledge-talk is governed by inconsistent inference-principles, but that these principles rarely lead us into contradiction. In … Continue reading