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representation theorem


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The proof given by de Finetti that from the requirement that someone's degrees of confidence in propositions be coherent, in the sense of avoiding the possibility of a Dutch book, it can be derived that their beliefs correspond to the classical measures of the probability calculus.

Subjects: Philosophy.


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