A simple problem for (unrestricted) Conditionalization

Many formal epistemologists think that Conditionalization is always the uniquely rational way to update one’s credences. But this cannot be correct. In certain troublesome cases, Conditionalization would take the thinker to rationally forbidden destinations. Conditionalization has to be restricted somehow, … Continue reading

Stanley on Certainty and Possibility

In his very interesting “Knowledge and Certainty” (Phil Issues, 2008), Jason says the following things to which we might want to refer later. A.  “A person’s belief satisfies the property expressed by a subjective use of “certain” relative to  a … Continue reading