The Paradox Paradox Non-Paradox and Conjunction Fallacy Non-Fallacy

Australasian Journal of Logic 20 (3):478-489 (2023)
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Abstract

Brock and Glasgow recently introduced a new definition of paradox and argue that this conception of paradox itself leads to paradox, the so-called Paradox Paradox. I show that they beg the questions during the course of their argument, but, more importantly, do so in a philosophically interesting way: it reveals a counterexample to the equivalence between being a logical truth and having a probability of one. This has consequences regarding norms of rationality, undermining the grounds for the Conjunction Fallacy.

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