The core theory of subjunctive conditionals

Synthese 190 (5):923-928 (2013)
Conditional probability and selection-function approaches to chancy subjunctive conditionals are compared in a simple and transparent setting. They are seen to be alternative ways of calculating the same quantity. This unification extends from core cases to more peripheral cases
Keywords Conditionals  Conditional probabilities  Selection functions
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DOI 10.1007/s11229-012-0193-9
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