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Wednesday, April 8, 2009
Bayesians and Probability One
It is often said that a Bayesian agent should not assign probability one to a proposition unless it is a logical truth. However, this principle is often appealed to without any reference or argument. I guess this is because people take the principle to be so self-evident that it doesn't need any support, but can anyone point me to any "standard" references or discussions of the principle?