6.20 Conditionalisation

Keywords: betting, dutch, jeffrey, bayesian, bets, fair, book, confirmation, updating, fraassen, distribution, partition, bet, probabilities, conditionalization

Number of Articles: 72
Weighted Number of Articles: 64.35177

Characteristic Articles

  1. Geoffrey Hellman (1997) “Responses To Maher, And To Kelly, Schulte, And Juhl” Philosophy of Science 64:317-322.
  2. Brian Skyrms† (2006) “Diachronic Coherence And Radical Probabilism” Philosophy of Science 73:959-968.
  3. Frank Döring (1999) “Why Bayesian Psychology Is Incomplete” Philosophy of Science 66:S379-S389.
  4. J. M. Ryder (1981) “Consequences Of A Simple Extension Of The Dutch Book Argument” British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 32:164-167.
  5. Klaus Heilig (1978) “Carnap And De Finetti On Bets And The Probability Of Singular Events: The Dutch Book Argument Reconsidered” British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 29:325-346.
  6. Colin Howson and Allan Franklin (1994) “Bayesian Conditionalization And Probability Kinematics” British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 45:451-466.
  7. Bas C. Van Fraassen (1981) “A Problem For Relative Information Minimizers In Probability Kinematics” British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 32:375-379.
  8. Brian Skyrms (1993) “A Mistake In Dynamic Coherence Arguments?” Philosophy of Science 60:320-328.
  9. Bas C. Van Fraassen, R. I. G. Hughes and Gilbert Harman (1986) “A Problem For Relative Information Minimizers, Continued” British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 37:453-463.
  10. Brian Skyrms (1987) “Dynamic Coherence And Probability Kinematics” Philosophy of Science 54:1-20.

Highly Cited Articles

  1. C. Van Fraassen (1984) “Belief And The Will” Journal of Philosophy 81:235-256. (0.4240369)
  2. Ian Hacking (1967) “Slightly More Realistic Personal Probability” Philosophy of Science 34:311-325. (0.6524467)
  3. Bas C. Van Fraassen (1981) “A Problem For Relative Information Minimizers In Probability Kinematics” British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 32:375-379. (0.9977752)