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Self-Favoring Theories and the Bias Argument (pages 199-213)

Bálint BÉKEFI ABSTRACT: In a recent article, Bernáth and Tőzsér (2021) defend what they call the Bias Argument, a new skeptical argument from expert peer disagreement. They argue that the best contrastive causal explanation for disagreement among leading experts in philosophy is that they adopt their positions in a biased way. But if the leading experts are biased, non-experts either …

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