Aims and Scope
While the experimental sciences address statistical probability, philosophy looks at probability in a subjective sense as gradations of rational belief. Schurz develops a dualistic approach to combine these two notions. Drawing on Kant, he asserts that a subjective probability theory without statistical probability is blind, but statistical probability without subjective probability theory is empty.
- xii, 224 pages
- Type of Publication:
- Statistics; Bayes, Thomas
- Students, academics, mathematicians