Disjunctivism and Credence
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The chapter defends a disjunctivist thesis against the objection that it makes false predictions about the difference that perceptual success can make to the rationality of our credences. I argue that the disjunctivist can address this objection so long as she admits what is anyway plausible, i.e., that an agent is not rationally obliged to be certain of her evidence.