Graduate studies at Western
Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 90 (1):1-20 (2009)
|Abstract||It can often be heard in the hallways, and occasionally read in print, that reliabilism runs into special trouble regarding lottery cases. My main aim in this paper is to argue that this is not so. Nevertheless, lottery cases do force us to pay close attention to the relation between justification and probability.|
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