This reminds me of sorenson's, 'faking munchhausen's syndrome', https://facultystaff.richmond.edu/~obelkind/07.Phil353/Sorensen.pdf
Sorensen even mentions Robert Antinozick who feels he has hypochondria but doesn't feel that he has any other disease. So I've been scooped.
Not unlike the confirmed skeptic who believes he has no beliefs. The fact that an epistemic position can't be true, doesn't mean it's an impossible position to be in.
anyone know whether this paper online? How to fake Munchausan's Syndrome by Veber (2010)http://philpapers.org/rec/VEBHTF
This reminds me how James Allen, while teaching the Theaetetus, told us that he knew he was wrong about something. His evidence was that he thought he was wrong about something--so he was either right about that or wrong about that...
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