Consequences of Comparability

Philosophical Perspectives 35 (1):70-98 (2021)
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We defend three controversial claims about preference, credence, and choice. First, all agents (not just rational ones) have complete preferences. Second, all agents (again, not just rational ones) have real-valued credences in every proposition in which they are confident to any degree. Third, there is almost always some unique thing we ought to do, want, or believe.

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Cian Dorr
New York University
Jake Nebel
Princeton University
Jake Zuehl
New York University


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