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by Daniel A. Kaufman ___ An extended (and somewhat frustrating) conversation in the discussion thread on Robert Wright’s latest video on BloggingHeads.TV finds me needing to address something I’ve been wanting to talk about for some time.  The subject is Israel and its “situation” and what our attitude towards both should be. Rather than put together a […]
by David L Duffy ___ Exchangeability is a concept that is closely bound up with ideas of individuality and identity. In probability and statistics, it is a crucial formalized idea that underlies whole areas like Bayesianism and subjective probability.  In the mathematical context, exchangeable events or variables can be permuted without altering the prope […]