Tag Archives: Daniel Ellsberg

lembarrasduchoix asked: thank you for the introduction to Newcomb’s paradox! Could you do a post on your favorite paradoxes?    The decision theory paradoxes I’m familiar with are: Ellsberg Paradox— Theorists encode both situations with unknown probabilities, such as the chance … Continue reading

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Where do theories come from?

While science rightly uses empirical evidence (”facts”) as the ultimate arbiter of truth, those who experiment and analyse field data usually only credit or discredit ideas / frameworks that some theorist has previously invented. Tagline. Science: We finally figured out that … Continue reading

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