Rad­i­cal Probabilism

TagLast edit: 7 Apr 2021 17:44 UTC by Yoav Ravid

Radical Probabilism is a newer form of Bayesianism invented by Richard Jeffrey. The primary point of departure from other forms of Bayesianism is its rejection of the strong connection between conditional probability and updates. Radical Probabilism therefore rejects the strong connection between Bayes’ Rule and updating.

Other notable writers on Radical Probabilism include Jeffrey’s student Richard Bradley, and the champion of naturalized philosophy, Brian Skyrms.

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