5 edition of Probability Is the Very Guide of Life found in the catalog.
May 8, 2003 by Open Court .
Written in English
|Contributions||Henry E. Kyburg (Editor), Mariam Thalos (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||366|
Probability — the language of randomness since each person’s personal probability is strongly aﬀected by that person’s individual life experience. And, some people are risk averse, and don’t like betting, while others are risk “But to us, probability is the very guide of life.”. “Take the probability of loss times the amount of possible loss from the probability of gain times the amount of possible gain. That is what we’re trying to do. It’s imperfect but that’s what it’s all about.” That sounds like a mouthful, but it’s actually a very simple concept.
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Price New from 4/5(1). 9 - Conditional Probability Is the Very Guide of Life 10 - Causal Generalizations and Good Advice For us, according to Butler, “probability is the very guide of life“. The fact, for example, that we know that food is necessary for healthy living is from past observations.
And a great deal of the judgements we make in life are of this probabilistic nature. Low Probabilities and Speculative Knowledge. -- A dilemma for objective chance \/ Phil Dowe -- Simpson\'s paradox: a logically benign, empirically treacherous hydra \/ Gary Malinas -- Conditional probability is the very guide of life \/ Alan H\u00E1jek -- Causal generalizations and good advice \/ Christopher Hitchcock -- Instrumental probability \/ Clark Glymour -- What is wrong with.
Probability Theory, Not the Very Guide of Life Article (PDF Available) in Psychological Review (4) October with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Probability is the very guide of life. - quote by on YourDictionary. Cicero, De Natura, 5, 12; reported in Hoyt's New Cyclopedia Of Practical Quotations (), p.
Quoted by Bishop Butler. Also used by Richard Hooker, Ecclesiastical Polity, Book I, Chapter VIII., and, Book II, Chapter in John Locke, Essays, Book IV, Chapter in Hobbes' Leviathan.
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It was lent force by the moral element which was the key to the positive and practical nature of Butler's argument for Christianity. "Probable evidence," he admitted, "affords but an imperfect kind of information." However, in view of the inherent imperfection of human reason, he asserted, "probability is the very guide of life.
Indeed, it is only in very rare circumstances that probability (by itself) is a guide to decision making. It is a clumsy academic construction, extremely artificial, and nonobservable.
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