Definitions

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  • adv. In a doxastic manner.

Etymologies

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doxastic +‎ -ally

Examples

  • According to Levi, we are doxastically committed to believe in all the logical consequences of our beliefs, but typically our performance does not fulfil this commitment.

    Logic of Belief Revision

  • JD: If p is doxastically justified for S. and p entails q, then q is doxastically justified for S. JP: If p is propositionally justified for S. and p entails q, then q is propositionally justified for S.

    The Epistemic Closure Principle

  • So wouldn't it be more precise to say that a rational subject should 'only' regard itself as omnidoxastic and doxastically infallible.

    fragments of consciousness

  • - and not 'merely' a doxastically infallible subject?

    fragments of consciousness

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