JAMES M. JOYCE - 1992 - 250 pages
possible because, unlike Bolker, I make use of axioms which govern not only preference but comparative probability.
Richard Jeffrey - Philosophy - 1992 - 244 pages
Spanning a period of 35 years, this collection of essays includes some of the classic works of one of the most distinquished and influential philosophers working in the field ...
Ellery Eells - Philosophy - 1982 - 234 pages
In past years, the traditional Bayesian theory of rational decision making, based on subjective calculations of expected utility, has faced powerful attack from philosophers ...
Paul K. Moser - Philosophy - 1990 - 493 pages
An anthology of previously published pieces that have proven long term importance to theoretical work in rational action.
Patrick Maher - Mathematics - 1993 - 309 pages
This book is a major new contribution to decision theory, focusing on the question of when it is rational to accept scientific theories. The author examines both Bayesian ...