Uniqueness, Rationality, and the Norm of Belief

Erkenntnis 84 (1):57-75 (2019)
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I argue that it is epistemically permissible to believe that P when it is epistemically rational to believe that P. Unlike previous defenses of this claim, this argument is not vulnerable to the claim that permissibility is being confused with excusability.

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