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  1. Mark R. Crovelli, “A Challenge to Ludwig von Mises's Theory of Probability”.
    The most interesting and completely overlooked aspect of Ludwig von Mises’s theory of probability is the total absence of any explicit definition for probability in his theory. This paper examines Mises’s theory of probability in light of the fact that his theory possesses no definition for probability. It is argued, [...].
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  2. Mark R. Crovelli, 9. “All Probabilistic Methods Assume a Subjective Definition of Probability”.
    In previous publications on probability, I have followed I.J. Good in arguing that probability must be defined subjectively if we accept that the world is causally deterministic. In this article I go significantly beyond this position, arguing that we are forced to accept a subjective definition of probability if we [...].
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  3. Mark R. Crovelli, 28. “Can Probability Be Subjective and Objective at the Same Time? A Reply to Arnold Baise”.
    My claim that probability ought to be defined as a purely subjective measure of human belief has been challenged in a recent and interesting article on these pages by Arnold Baise (2011). Baise argues that probability ought to be defined, not as a purely subjective measure of human belief, as [...].
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  4. Mark R. Crovelli (2007). Toward an A Priori Theory of International Relations. Journal of Libertarian Studies 21 (4):101-21.
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