I’ve uploaded three papers that I’ve been working on over the last year or so to my website. All of these are very much in draft form.
- Knowledge, Bets and Interests. I set out my preferred version of interest-relative invariantism, which links knowledge closely to decision theory. In particular, I argue that the things we write on the decision table for a choice facing an agent are all and only the things the agent knows, and this only makes sense if a version of interest-relative invariantism is true.
- Defending Interest-Relative Invariantism. This is a companion paper to Knowledge, Bets and Interests. I argue that something like my preferred version of interest-relative invariantism is immune to a wide variety of criticisms that have been sent in the direction of interest-relative invariatism in recent years.
- Disagreements, Philosophical and Otherwise. I’ve tried to turn Disagreeing about Disagreement into something ready to be published. This has involved adding length afterthoughts, saying more clearly than I could in the earlier paper where the regress objection fits into the broader debate about the equal weight view of disagreement.