(with Graham Priest) "Envelopes and Indifference," pages 283-290 in Dialogues, Logics and Other Strange Things, essays in honour of Shahid Rahman, edited by Cédric Dégremont, Laurent Keiff and Helge Rückert, College Publications, 2008.

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We diagnose the two envelope “paradox”, showing how the indifference principle plays a role in prompting the conflicting assignments of the expected outcomes for switching or keeping.


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