Published online by Cambridge University Press: 01 January 2022
1. Unless, of course, the evidence received has zero prior probability, in which case the ratio rule gives no direction; Conditionalization is compatible with any response to such evidence.
2. In personal correspondence, Pettigrew has pointed out that many of the book’s formal results could still be won without treating all propositions as equal in epistemic importance. The implications of this for epistemic utility theory are well worth exploring, although moving to such an approach may signal something of a retreat from unvarnished Veritism.