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Logos & Episteme

Volume 12, Issue 2, 2021

Ryan Ross
Pages 203-213

Alleged Counterexamples to Uniqueness

Kopec and Titelbaum collect five alleged counterexamples to Uniqueness, the thesis that it is impossible for agents who have the same total evidence to be ideally rational in having different doxastic attitudes toward the same proposition. I argue that four of the alleged counterexamples fail and that Uniqueness should be slightly modified to accommodate the fifth example.