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Ideas of Erik J. Olsson, by Text

[Swedish, fl. 2005, Professor at Lund University, Sweden.]

2005 Against Coherence
1 p.2 Mere agreement of testimonies is not enough to make truth very likely
10.1 p.175 Incoherence may be more important for enquiry than coherence
2.6.2 p.30 Coherence is only needed if the information sources are not fully reliable
4.1 p.62 A purely coherent theory cannot be true of the world without some contact with the world
6.4 p.105 Extending a system makes it less probable, so extending coherence can't make it more probable
9 p.156 Coherence is the capacity to answer objections