I leave tomorrow for the PSA in Montreal. In between deep thought and bottomless beer, I'll be giving a paper. So I posted a draft.
It's a brief discussion of Eric Barnes' Paradox of Predictivism, focusing especially on arguments that (a) successful prediction is some reason to trust experts and (b) anti-realists have a hard time making sense of this.
Update Nov8: Oops. I forgot to put the actual PDF on the server. It's actually available now.
Tue 02 Nov 2010 07:19 PM