## Blogs at OUPBlog

- The prejudice you aren’t aware of (and what to do about it)
- Does my death harm me?
- Does death rob our lives of meaning?
- Making the big decisions

## Blogs at M-Phi

- Joyce’s argument for Probabilism
- Joyce’s argument for Probabilism: the mathematics
- Accuracy-based arguments for Conditionalization
- Accuracy-based arguments for the Principal Principle
- Williams on Accuracy, Reflection, and Conditionalization
- The Mathematics of Dutch Book Arguments
- Buchak on Risk and Rationality
- Buchak on Risk and Rationality II: the virtues of expected utility theory
- Buchak on Risk and Rationality III: the redescription strategy
- How should we measure accuracy in epistemology? A new result
- How accurate is your total doxastic state?
- L. A. Paul on transformative experience and decision theory I
- L. A. Paul on transformative experience and decision theory II
- Jamesian epistemology formalized
- The Principal Principle does not imply the Principle of Indifference
- More on the Principal Principle and the Principle of Indifference
- What is justified credence?
- Chance Neutrality and the Swamping Problem for Reliabilism
- More on the Swamping Problem for Reliabilism
- A dilemma for judgment aggregation
- A little more on aggregating incoherent credences
- Aggregating incoherent credences: the case of geometric pooling
- The Wisdom of the Crowds: generalizing the Diversity Prediction Theorem
- Aggregating abstaining experts
- A Dutch Book argument for linear pooling