Repository URL:
http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/id/eprint/12854
Author(s):
Arnold Baise
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This article deals with the nature of the objective-subjective dichotomy, first from a general historical point of view, and then with regard to the use of these terms over time to describe theories of probability. The different (metaphysical and epistemological) meanings of “objective” and “subjective” are analyzed, and then used to show that all probability theories can be divided into three broad classes.

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