The Process of Faith and Rational Imperfect Bayesian Analysis

I’ve previously written that Faith Without Certainty is OK, but in practice, many Christians act with certainty. Is there some contradiction here? This post argues against any contradiction. I distinguish between practical certainty and unqualified certainty, I show that all optimal and rational action is subject to constrained analysis, and I argue that applying a … Read more

Epsilon Likelihood in Ordinal Logic

Arbitrary significance is dead, long live arbitrary significance. This article adds to the concept of ordinal logic that has been constructed on this blog by discussing epsilon likelihood. As a review, some articles on ordinal logic are linked at the end. I. Reviewing the Death of Arbitrary Significance In 2016, the American Statistical Association (ASA) … Read more