Deborah Mayo has an engaging post on Bayesian confirmation theory here.
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Gregory: Thanks for posting this, someone just mentioned it to me. I hope some more philosophers will comment on the blog, so that we can try and “settle”(?) this issue. I invite (~1200 wd) posts on this or related topics (including notes on relevant papers with links) for guest posts on errorstatistics.com (by Dec. 6): firstname.lastname@example.org.
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