Can the propositional attitudes be "aggregated"? See here

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The proposition attitude, posited Russell, is our disposition towards the judgment's content. They include understanding, assuming, wondering, asserting, believing, desiring, imagining, feeling, affirming... See Coffa, 67.

Can the propositional attitudes be "aggregated"? See here

Can the propositional attitudes be "aggregated"? See here

Diestrich and List (2010): Oxford Studies in Epistemology 3: 215-234, 2010 |

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