Commentary on Perspective I: The Humanistic Dimensions of Probability
In this commentary to perspective 1 of probabilistic thinking, we highlight the salient aspects of the history and philosophy of probability. In particular we examine historical problems from probability whose solutions improved over time, as well as the need to take into account the subjectivist approach to probability besides the classical approaches.
KeywordsHistory and philosophy of probability Paradoxes Historical problems in probability
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