Philosophy 10.29.07

Philosophy 10.29.07 - He Should believe that P, despite P's...

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(i) (ii) (iii) 1 m m m Weather------------------------------------------[Most common] 2 ~m m m playing scotish---------------------------------- [self-deception] x = mom p = My son, Bruse, is a transvestite. Sees her son in the backyard in a skirt. "Isn't Bruces cute, playing scotish again." Does not believe that her son is her son is a transvestite. Cover Belief : My son is playing at being Scotish. m ~m ~m Cognitive Conscientiousness-concerning knowledge 4 ~m m m Crazy juror Forms reasons to not agree with the witnesses. He doesn't believe that P
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Unformatted text preview: He Should believe that P, despite P's being false. Is he actually justified? No If he did believe that P, he would be justified? yes 5 m m ~m Broadway Joe/Madonna sideburn/Black typewritter theif 6 ~m m ~m Sensible Gambler Joe : Believes Escapade will win (T) (no evidence) Sensible Prudent : Doesnt believe that escapade will win due to research -> he loses Joe wins Gambler 7 m ~m ~m Butcher boy --------------------------[Second most common] 8 ~m ~m ~m Tiger in the classroom...
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This note was uploaded on 05/08/2008 for the course PHI 1500 taught by Professor Earle during the Fall '07 term at Binghamton.

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