Analysis 62 (2):110-116 (2002)

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Adam Morton
University of British Columbia
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I describe epistemic versions of the contrast between causal and conventionally probabilistic decision theory, including an epistemic version of Newcomb's paradox.
Keywords causal decision theory  causal epistemology  Newcomb's paradox  Simpson's paradox
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DOI 10.1093/analys/62.2.110
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