Catrin Campbell Moore (Bristol): “Imprecise probabilities and undermining scenarios”
Sometimes one ends up in an unfortunate situation when you cannot come to a stable opinion: whatever belief you adopt makes you want to change your mind. I suggest that in such scenarios you should adopt imprecise probabilities.
Catrin Campbell Moore is a lecturer at the University of Bristol. In her research she works on philosophical logic and formal epistemology, and often on the connection between these.