The Jowett Society (Week 1, MT18)
It is widely thought that supposition and imagination are different propositional attitudes with very different roles in epistemology. Supposition and imagination have been thought to have especially central roles to play in the epistemology of (objective) modality and of conditionals. I will argue that there is a single propositional attitude, offline belief, that is best suited to play both roles.
Jowett Society Organising Committee: Alexander Gilbert, Charlotte Figueroad, Harry Alanen, Jonathan Egid, Kevin Gibbons, Laurenz Casser, Matthew Hewson, Michael Bruckner, Tomi Francis, and Wen Kin San |