6.25 Preferences

Keywords: preferences, stable, preference, humean, money, prefer, option, opinions, independence, options, partition, causes, updating, small, utility

Number of Articles: 21
Weighted Number of Articles: 21.01286

Characteristic Articles

  1. Clark Glymour and David Danks (2007) “Reasons As Causes In Bayesian Epistemology” Journal of Philosophy 104:464-474.
  2. Alex Byrne and Alan Hájek (1997) “David Hume, David Lewis, And Decision Theory” Mind 106:411-428.
  3. Isaac Levi (2002) “Money Pumps And Diachronic Books” Philosophy of Science 69:S235-S247.
  4. Steven P. Wall (1996) “Public Justification And The Transparency Argument” The Philosophical Quarterly 46:501-507.
  5. Erik Carlson (2011) “The Small-Improvement Argument Rescued” The Philosophical Quarterly 61:171-174.
  6. Johan E. Gustafsson and Nicolas Espinoza (2010) “Conflicting Reasons In The Small-Improvement Argument” The Philosophical Quarterly 60:754-763.
  7. Armin W. Schulz (2008) “Structural Flaws: Massive Modularity And The Argument From Design” British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 59:733-743.
  8. Jordan Howard Sobel (1989) “Partition-Theorems For Causal Decision Theories” Philosophy of Science 56:70-93.
  9. Wlodzimierz Rabinowicz (1989) “Stable And Retrievable Options” Philosophy of Science 56:624-641.
  10. Franz Dietrich and Kai Spiekermann (2013) “Independent Opinions? On The Causal Foundations Of Belief Formation And Jury Theorems” Mind 122:655-685.