Analysis 75 (3):424-429 (2015)

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Paul Faulkner
University of Sheffield
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Most philosophical discussion of trust focuses on the three-place trust predicate: X trusting Y to φ. This article argues that it is the one-place and two-place predicates – X is trusting, and X trusting Y – that are fundamental.
Keywords Trust  trusting
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DOI 10.1093/analys/anv037
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