Brown University
Department of Philosophy
PhD, 2003
Tucson, Arizona, United States of America
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  • Epistemic akrasia and higher-order beliefs
    Philosophical Studies 177 (9): 2501-2515. 2020.
    According to the Fragmentation Analysis, epistemic akrasia is a state of conflict between beliefs formed by the linguistic and non-linguistic belief-formation systems, and epistemic akrasia is irrational because it is a state of conflict between beliefs so formed. I argue that there are cases of higher-order epistemic akrasia, where both beliefs are formed by the linguistic belief-formation system. Because the Fragmentation Analysis cannot accommodate this possibility, the Fragmentation Analysis…Read more