Sensitivity, Induction, and Miracles

Australasian Journal of Philosophy 96 (1):118-126 (2018)
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Sosa, Pritchard, and Vogel have all argued that there are cases in which one knows something inductively but does not believe it sensitively, and that sensitivity therefore cannot be necessary for knowledge. I defend sensitivity by showing that inductive knowledge is sensitive.

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Kevin Wallbridge
University of Southampton


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