• Entry
  • Reader's guide
  • Entries A-Z
  • Subject index

Dutch Book Arguments

  • By: Kenny Easwaran
  • In: Encyclopedia of the Mind
  • Edited by: Harold Pashler
  • Subject:Linguistics (general), Cognitive Psychology (general)

Bayesianism is a movement in epistemology and the philosophy of science that suggests that beliefs come in degrees. Dutch book arguments are a type of argument showing that rational agents must have degrees of belief that obey various principles. These arguments ...