Lotteries, knowledge, and rational belief : essays on the lottery paradox /
We talk and think about our beliefs both in qualitative terms, as when we say that we believe A, or disbelieve A, or are agnostic about A, and in quantitative terms, as when we say that we believe A to a certain degree, or are more strongly convinced of A than of B. Traditionally, analytic philosoph...
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