Doxastic Shift 1 Knowing Facts and Believing Propositions : A Solution to the Problem of Doxastic Shift

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    The Problem of Doxastic Shift is that knowledge and belief prima facie take different kinds of entities as their objects–facts, on the one hand; propositions, on the other. Consequently, principles that quantify over both types of objects (e.g., Everything x knows, x believes) involve a kind of category mistake. I argue that the problem may be solved by… (More)

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