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

Fallibilism and Faculties: The Role of Evidential Probability

I am using Charity Anderson’s forthcoming Phil Studies paper on fallibilism and epistemic modality for my fallibilism seminar this semester and we discussing some of her work in progress in which she suggests that issues pertaining to the fallibility of … Continue reading