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For questions about PHILOSOPHY of statistics or probability: interpretations of probability, foundational issues with frequentist/Bayesian statistics, etc. Do not use this tag for generally speculative (aka "philosophical") questions.

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I would like to correct an erroneous assumption in the original post, a mistake which is relatively common. The OP says: From what I have read and from answers to other questions I have asked here …
answered Aug 21 '16 by lacerbi
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adversarially chosen) functions. More in general, since you put the "philosophical" tag... I guess we are entering the realm of the problem of induction, or the unreasonable effectiveness of …
answered Apr 21 '17 by lacerbi