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This dilemma is sometimes appealed to as a premise in an argument for the claim that it is irrational to accept each element of an inconsistent set. According to this argument, since our rational acceptances are closed under logical consequences, it must be irrational to Page 2 Rationality and Inconsistent Beliefs 2 accept inconsistent sets. Versions of this argument have recently been offered by Ryan (1996) and Evnine (1999). The preceding sort of argum... ... middle of paper ... ... conjunction is at least as informative as its least informative conjunct will permit us to Page 13 Rationality and Inconsistent Beliefs 13 construct an inconsistent set whose elements are both highly informative, and highly probable. Moreover, any acceptable theory of informativeness will have the consequence that a conjunction is always at least as informative as its least informative conjunct.
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