Conditionals Pt. 4

In this video, Justin Khoo (MIT) picks up where part 3 left off.  He introduces the Conditional Assertion Theory of conditionals, which aims to resolve the problems presented for the other theories of conditionals. In the end, Justin presents yet another problem for this radical new theory.

Associate Professor of Philosophy at Massachusetts Institute of Technology

I am an associate professor of philosophy at MIT. Before coming to MIT, I did my graduate work in philosophy at Yale, and was an undergraduate at UC-Davis.

I work mainly in philosophy of language and philosophical logic, on topics that lie at the intersection of philosophy and linguistics. I also have research interests in metaphysics and meta-ethics. Those curious to learn more about my work may want to check out my interview with 3:AM magazine.

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