Rationality, reasoning and rules: reflections on Broome’s rationality through reasoning
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The paper provides a critical discussion of some key aspects of John Broome’s theories of rationality, reasoning and the relations between them.
KeywordsBroome Rationality Requirements Basing Reasoning Rules
Thanks to the audience at the Symposium on John Broome’s book organized by Marie Josee Brunet and held in Montreal in March 2014 and to David James Barnett, Yu Guo and Alex Worsnip for helpful comments on an earlier version. Special thanks to John Broome for many stimulating conversations on these topics over the years.
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