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PHIL 382P: Grad seminar: Inference

What do you do when you reason with beliefs or suppositions? What sort of mental event or process constitutes an inference? How can that event or process make it the case that one belief is held on the basis of another? How does it ground any form of epistemic responsibility for that basing relationship? We will consider various recent answers to these questions, including those given by Boghossian, Broome, Frege, Harman, Neta, Pavese, Siegel, Stroud, and Wedgwood. This is a graduate seminar primarily for graduate students in philosophy. All others need permission to enroll. The 2 unit option is only allowed for Philosophy PhD students who are beyond the second year.
Terms: Win | Units: 2-4
Instructors: Peacocke, A. (PI)
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