Why the Infinite Decision Puzzle is Puzzling

Theory and Decision 52 (2):139-147 (2002)
Pulier (2000, Theory and Decision 49: 291) and Machina (2000, Theory and Decision 49: 293) seek to dissolve the Barrett–Arntzenius infinite decision puzzle (1999, Theory and Decision 46: 101). The proposed dissolutions, however, are based on misunderstandings concerning how the puzzle works and the nature of supertasks more generally. We will describe the puzzle in a simplified form, address the recent misunderstandings, and describe possible morals for decision theory
Keywords Dutch book  Supertask  Puzzle
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DOI 10.1023/A:1015564123344
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