The Ramsey Principle and The Principle of Informational Equilibrium

The Reasoner 5 (3):37-39 (2011)
This paper challenges the soundness of an argument given in support of a Ramseyan analysis of belief defended by Dokic and Engel in their 2001 book.
Keywords Belief  Ramsey  Approximate Truth
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