Conditionals, Supposition and Euthyphro

Inquiry: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy (forthcoming)
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Williamson proposes that a "suppositional procedure" is a central heuristic we use to evaluate the truth of conditionals, though he also argues that this method often leads us astray. An alternative approach to the link between supposition and conditionals is to claim that we are guided by our antecedent conditional judgements in our supposing, and in particular in our determining which things follow from an initial supposition. This alternative explanation of the close link between conditionals and supposition is developed and compared to Williamson's proposal.

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