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PHIL G4561: Probability and Decision Theory | H. Gaifman

Mondays 11:00 – 12:50; 3 Points

Examines interpretations and applications of the calculus of probability including applications as a measure of degree of belief, degree of confirmation, relative frequency, a theoretical property of systems, and other notions of objective probability or chance. Attention to epistimological questions such as Hume’s problem of induction, Goodman’s problem of projectibility, and the paradox of confirmation.

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Posted in: 2015 Fall Graduate, ALL


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