I’m Tom Adamczewski, and this is my eclectic and sometimes abstruse blog.

What are fragile credences?

Fragile credences are the opposite of resilient credences. The probability you assign to a proposition, or your credence in it, is more fragile the more it is expected to change given new evidence.

I think credal resilience is practically and philosophically useful concept. It also applies to this blog, where I’ll often tell you my beliefs about things I have limited expertise in. Honestly, you should probably read a book instead.

Pages that do not talk about themselves

Some pages on this blog, such as this one, talk about themselves. For a list of pages that don’t talk about themselves, see here.