Round Table on Acceptance (3 Feb, 2012)
The Bayesianist concept of belief is described by a measure-theoretic and thus quantitative approach to probabilities as changeable degrees of belief, whereas classical epistemology views belief/acceptance as a qualitative notion.
Questions arise from this contrast: How can the two concepts be related? Which bridge principles can be drawn on to accomplish this task?
This public MCMP event was all about bringing the philosophical theories of Hannes Leitgeb and Kevin Kelly/ Hanti Lin (CMU Pittsburgh) to one table (3 Feb, 2012).
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- A Joint Theory of Belief and Probability
- Comparing the Theories
- New Lottery Paradox for Counterfactuals
Kevin Kelly & Hanti Lin
- The Doxastic engineering of acceptance rules
- CMU Design Goals
- Q&A: Contrasting Emphases
- Q&A: How the CMU Rule Tracks Conditioning
- Q&A: How the CMU Rule Avoids the New Paradoxes
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