Conditionals and Supposition-Based Reasoning
Case-based reasoning is a familiar method of evaluating sentences. But when applied to conditionals, it seems to lead to implausible conclusions. In this paper I argue that the problem arises from equating the probability of a conditional sentence on the evidential supposition of some condition with...
|Published in:||Topoi : An International Review of Philosophy, Vol. 30, No. 1 (2011), p. 39-45|
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