On Reflection

February 10, 2024
Department of Logic and Philosophy of Science, University of California, Irvine

SBSG 1321
University of California, Irvine
Irvine 92697
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On standard approaches to Bayesian epistemology, a rational agent's beliefs must satisfy the reflection principle: the agent's expectations about their future credence in some proposition must be compatible with their current credence, where precisely what "compatibility" means can be spelled out in several ways.  In recent work, Kevin Dorst and Michael Rescorla have given (different) arguments that reflection need not hold in general, even for rational agents.  This meeting will bring together philosophers working on the status of reflection principles and on conditionalization more broadly to assess the status of reflection, in light of these recent arguments and more generally.

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