6.40 Accuracy

Keywords: inaccuracy, utility, expected, credence, credences, global, measure, functions, function, agent, conditionalization, tree, reflection, constraints, agents

Number of Articles: 32
Weighted Number of Articles: 34.37435

Characteristic Articles

  1. Patrick Maher (2002) “Joyce’s Argument For Probabilism” Philosophy of Science 69:73-81.
  2. Anna Mahtani (2012) “Diachronic Dutch Book Arguments” Philosophical Review 121:443-450.
  3. Benjamin Anders Levinstein*,† (2012) “Leitgeb And Pettigrew On Accuracy And Updating” Philosophy of Science 79:413-424.
  4. Branden Fitelson†,‡ (2012) "Accuracy, Language Dependence, And Joyce’s Argument For Probabilism*" Philosophy of Science 79:167-174.
  5. Sarah Moss (2011) “Scoring Rules And Epistemic Compromise” Mind 120:1053-1069.
  6. Hannes Leitgeb And and Richard Pettigrew†‡ (2010) "An Objective Justification Of Bayesianism Ii: The Consequences Of Minimizing Inaccuracy*" Philosophy of Science 77:236-272.
  7. Kenny Easwaran*,† (2013) “Expected Accuracy Supports Conditionalization—And Conglomerability And Reflection” Philosophy of Science 80:119-142.
  8. Hilary Greaves and David Wallace (2006) “Justifying Conditionalization: Conditionalization Maximizes Expected Epistemic Utility” Mind 115:607-632.
  9. Hannes Leitgeb And and Richard Pettigrew†‡ (2010) "An Objective Justification Of Bayesianism I: Measuring Inaccuracy*" Philosophy of Science 77:201-235.
  10. Richard Pettigrew (2012) “Accuracy, Chance, And The Principal Principle” Philosophical Review 121:241-275.