The Equation Attacked
Presents and evaluates a series of attacks on The Equation, i.e. the view that an indicative conditional ‘If A, C’ is a proposition whose subjective probability for you is always your conditional probability for C given A. Work by Lewis, Carlstrom and Hill, Stalnaker, Edgington, and Hájek is considered. The attacks succeed, but only if indicative conditionals are propositions with truth values.
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