Author(s)Mandelkern, Matthew; Khoo, Justin Donald
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Bradley (2000) offers a quick and convincing argument that no Boolean semantic theory for conditionals can validate a very natural principle concerning the relationship between credences and conditionals. We argue that Bradley’s principle, Preservation, is, in fact, invalid; its appeal arises from the validity of a nearby, but distinct, principle, which we call Local Preservation, and which Boolean semantic theories can non-trivially validate.
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Mandelkern, Matthew, and Justin Khoo, "Against preservation." Analysis 79, 3 (July 2019): p. 424-36 doi 10.1093/ANALYS/ANY051 ©2019 Author(s)
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