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APROPOS OF A TREATISE ON PROBABILITY
TRUTH AND PROBABILITY
ITS LOGICAL LAWS ITS SUBJECTIVE SOURCES
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according apply assertion axioms Bayesian belief of degree bets bility calculus of probability coherence concept of probability conclusion condition consider consistency corresponding defined definition degree of belief depend determined distribution function equally probable evaluation of probabilities example exchangeable events exchangeable random quantities experience fact Finetti formal logic frequency frequency theory frequentist give given hypothesis independent individual induction inference judgment justified Keynes Kyburg L. J. Savage large numbers law of large laws less likelihood function likelihood principle logical relations mathematical meaning measure nature objective observed occur opinion partial belief particular personal probability point of view possible precise prediction principle proba probabilita probability distribution probability relations problem problem of induction question random variable reasons reference regard result sense sequence simple statement statistical statistical inference statisticians subjective subjectivistic theory sufficient suppose theorem theory of probability tion trials true