Wei Dai wrote:
> I understand rationality to be in part a constraint on beliefs. When you
> say "rational probabilities in such a case are indeterminate", do you mean
> that a rational person can have arbitrary beliefs in such a case (ie
> rationality places no constraint on such probabilities), or that he should
> assign "indeterminate" to such probabilities?
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