Erkenntnis:1-29 (forthcoming)

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Michael Rescorla
University of California, Los Angeles
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Lewis proved a Dutch book theorem for Conditionalization. The theorem shows that an agent who follows any credal update rule other than Conditionalization is vulnerable to bets that inflict a sure loss. Lewis’s theorem is tailored to factive formulations of Conditionalization, i.e. formulations on which the conditioning proposition is true. Yet many scientific and philosophical applications of Bayesian decision theory require a non-factive formulation, i.e. a formulation on which the conditioning proposition may be false. I prove a Dutch book theorem tailored to non-factive Conditionalization. I also discuss the theorem’s significance.
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DOI 10.1007/s10670-020-00228-1
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