Foundations of Probability

Journal of Philosophical Logic 44 (6):625-640 (2015)
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The foundations of probability are viewed through the lens of the subjectivist interpretation. This article surveys conditional probability, arguments for probabilism, probability dynamics, and the evidential and subjective interpretations of probability

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