Accuracy and Infinity: A Dilemma for Subjective Bayesians

Synthese 201 (12):1-14 (2023)
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Abstract

We argue that subjective Bayesians face a dilemma: they must offend against the spirit of their permissivism about rational credence or reject the principle that one should avoid accuracy dominance.

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Sven Neth
University of Pittsburgh
Mikayla Kelley
University of Chicago

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Better Foundations for Subjective Probability.Sven Neth - forthcoming - Australasian Journal of Philosophy.

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