My first lecture (Audio file) in the Princeton philosophy department uncovering flaws in the way we deal with chance.
· Truth: True/False is highly incomplete a representation (2D in a 3D world)
· How traditionally philosophers of science have not been able to grasp probability...
· Trying to put probability theory on firm epistemological grounds
· Regress arguments
· A priori statement that resists defeat by empirical information
· Lack of rigor with asymptotic theory, owing to different quality of preasymptotics
· Why CLT is a restriction not justified
· The fourth quadrant, etc.