The Nature of Epistemic Space

@inproceedings{Chalmers1994TheNO,
  title={The Nature of Epistemic Space},
  author={David J. Chalmers},
  year={1994}
}
There are many ways things might be, for all I know. For all I know, it might be that there is life on Jupiter, and it might be that there is not. It might be that Australia will win the next Ashes series, and it might be that they will not. It might be that my great-grandfather was my great-grandmother’s second cousin, and it might be that he was not. It might be that brass is a compound, and it might be that it is not. There are even more ways things might be, for all I know with certainty… CONTINUE READING
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