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  1. Mark Crovelli (2012). All Probabilistic Methods Assume a Subjective Definition of Probability. Libertarian Papers 4.score: 870.0
    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 use any probabilistic methods at all. In other words, all probabilistic methods tacitly assume a subjective definition of probability.
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  2. Mark Crovelli (2011). Can Probability Be Subjective and Objective at the Same Time? A Reply to Arnold Baise. Libertarian Papers 3.score: 870.0
    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 . Baise argues that probability ought to be defined, not as a purely subjective measure of human belief, as I have claimed, but rather in the following way: Probability P is a number between 0 and 1 that indicates how plausible it is that proposition A is true, based on (...)
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  3. Mark R. Crovelli (2007). Toward an A Priori Theory of International Relations. Journal of Libertarian Studies 21 (4):101-21.score: 870.0
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