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Chapter 12  The Bayesian approach 
Even if these probability considerations would have been correct, they have nothing in common with philosophy of science. 
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Bayes' theorem is a theorem prescribing how probabilities are to be changed in the light of new evidence. 

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One problem concerns how to ascribe objective prior probabilities to hypotheses. 

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Therefore subjective Bayesians guess this probability and may reach different results. 

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For many, subjective Bayesianism is not strict and have unfortunate consequences. 

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Bayesian theory is not scientific reasoning. 
