Most of us have many conversations each day: a quick “good morning” to our cohabitants, small talk at the office water cooler, a phone call to your mother to catch up, chatting with your children about their day over dinner, haggling with a client over price, a tax meeting with your accountant, some flirtatious banter […]
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Overconfident blowhards and Pyrrhonian sheepishness: Two varieties of credence-dynamic epistemic viciousness
Some people are normally only ever very confident about what’s true and false. Others find it hard to make up their minds. Both are bad, and lead to interesting (but epistemically vicious) dynamics in how these people form and assign credences.