An appeal to probability is a justification based on probability (sometimes regarded as a logical fallacy) when an unwarranted assumption that something will happen, because it can happen, or when the odds of an occurrence are unrealistically played down in lieu of appropriate precaution.
Guys. I just finished the final draft of my philosophy capstone. Fingers crossed. I just have to wait for my oral defense on Monday. Tired and nervous.
I’m confused. Either way, welcome. I’ll be back up to full swing in two weeks.
Hello Followers. (I feel like a cult leader saying that, but philosophy really is a cult, so whatever.) I am in the midst of trying really hard to write my thesis that I have to defend in about a week and a half, so I’m sort of on hiatus for Philosophy Problems because of that and the rest of the things I need to do in order to graduate. So, I apologize to all of you for my lack of posting. I hope I will not lose your readership because I will be back in full swing in about 2 weeks. I miss posting things here, I truly do. If I find some pictures in between my writing, I will definitely send them along here, but I can’t promise any really good articles because I don’t have time to read them. Wittgenstein and Brandom are occupying my every thought. I’ll be back soon! Wish me luck!