Logic and Logical Philosophy 15 (2):163-171 (2006)

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John Cantwell
Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm
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Non-bivalent languages (languages containing sentences that can be true, false or neither) are given a probabilitistic interpretation in terms of betting quotients. Necessary and sufficient conditions for avoiding Dutch books—the laws of non-bivalent probability—in such a setting are provided
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