The Laws of Belief: Ranking Theory and its Philosophical Applications

Oxford University Press (2012)
Wolfgang Spohn presents the first full account of the dynamic laws of belief, by means of ranking theory. This book is his long-awaited presentation of ranking theory and its ramifications.
Keywords Belief and doubt  Reason  Causation  Idea (Philosophy
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