Outright Belief

Dialectica 66 (3):309–329 (2012)
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Sometimes, we think of belief as a phenomenon that comes in degrees – that is, in the many different levels of confidence that a thinker might have in various different propositions. Sometimes, we think of belief as a simple two-place relation that holds between a thinker and a proposition – that is, as what I shall here call "outright belief".

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Ralph Wedgwood
University of Southern California


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