Justin Dallmann



  1. "When Obstinacy is a Better (Cognitive) Policy," Philosophers' Imprint, 2017. Associated Mathematica notebook.
  2. "Actualism, Propositions and Existence," in Chris Tillman (ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Propositions, Routledge Handbooks in Philosophy, (under contract for 2017).
  3. "Confirmation," with Franz Huber, in  Oxford Bibliographies Online, 2017. DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780195396577-0024.
  4. "Understanding Probability: A Review of Darrell Rowbottom's 'Probability'," Metascience, 25(2), 331-333, 2016. DOI: 10.1007/s11016-016-0073-x.
  5. "A Normatively Adequate Credal Reductivism," Synthese, 191(10):2301-2313, 2014. DOI: 10.1007/s11229-014-0402-9.
  6. "Historicist Theories of Scientific Rationality," with Carl Matheson, in Edward Zalta (ed.), The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Fall 2014 edition.

manuscripts in progress 

  1. "Belief as Credal Plan." (under review, former R&R at Mind)
  2. "Inseparability or Encroachment."
  3. "Quantificational Credences?"

selected presentation activity

(2018) "Becoming an Insight-driven Organization" (with primary guest speaker Mark Dufresne).

  1. Asper School of Business, University of Manitoba (invited speaker for Victor Cui, March).

(2016) "A Puzzle Concerning Evidence, Belief, and Credence."

  1. MuST 9: Evidence, Inference, and Risk, Ludwig Maximilians University Munich, March.
  2. Université de Montréal (invited speaker), February.
  3. University of Manitoba (invited speaker), February.

(2014-15) "When Obstinacy is a Better (Cognitive) Policy."

  1. The Formal Epistemology Workshop, Washington University in St. Louis, May (2015).
  2. The Norms of Inquiry Workshop, session on stability and belief with Kenny Easwaran and Branden Fitelson, New York University, February.
  3. The Inductive Logic and Confirmation in Science Workshop, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, October (2014).
  4. Invited colloquium speaker at the University of Manitoba, October (2014).

(2014) "Plans, Persistent Possibilities, and Probabilistic Belief States."

  1. The Society for Exact Philosophy, Caltech, Pasadena, June.

(2013-14) "Existence and the Cognitive Event-type Theory of Propositions."

  1. APA Pacific Division, San Diego, March (2014).
  2. Western Canadian Philosophical Association meeting, Winnipeg, October.

(November, 2012) "A Normatively Adequate Credal Reductivism."

  1. Arché/CSMN Graduate Student Conference, University of Oslo.
  2. (2011) "The 'Real Self' - A Frankfurtian Account."
  3. Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress (poster presentation), University of Colorado, August.
  4. Princeton-Rutgers Graduate Philosophy Conference, Princeton, March.

(2011) "Taking Confirmation First: Towards a Naive Conception of Confirmation Theory."

  1. Society for Exact Philosophy, Winnipeg, June.
  2. Berkeley-Stanford-Davis Graduate Conference, UC Davis, March.
  3. Pitt-CMU Graduate Conference, Carnegie Mellon University, March.
  4. The 33rd Annual Graduate Student Philosophy Conference at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, March.

(April, 2009) "The Paradox of Confirmation Generalized."

  1. City University of New York 12th Annual Philosophy Graduate Student Conference, CUNY.

(May, 2006) "Simplicity, Bayes' Theorem and Subjectivity."

  1. Canadian Philosophical Association Congress, York University.

me and Hegel