Pollock on probability in epistemology [Book Review]

Philosophical Studies 148 (3):455 - 465 (2010)

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Branden Fitelson
Northeastern University
Abstract
In Thinking and Acting John Pollock offers some criticisms of Bayesian epistemology, and he defends an alternative understanding of the role of probability in epistemology. Here, I defend the Bayesian against some of Pollock's criticisms, and I discuss a potential problem for Pollock's alternative account
Keywords Pollock  Probability  Logic  Bayesian  Epistemology
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DOI 10.1007/s11098-009-9492-5
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