Saving Wittgenstein, Credence Knowledge and Semantics — 3:16

Sarah Moss interviewed by Richard Marshall.

Once you see that credences can be knowledge, you realize that this view can solve a lot of philosophical problems. Lately, I’ve been applying probabilistic knowledge to problems with social and political consequences, like saying why you can’t convict someone based on merely statistical evidence, and why there’s something epistemically wrong with racial profiling.

I’m hopeful that probabilistic knowledge will bridge the gap that currently exists between

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Walter Veit

Walter Veit

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Scientist, philosopher, and writer at the University of Sydney. Homepage: walterveit.com | You can follow me on https://www.facebook.com/WalterVeitOfficialPage