Not only Defended but also Applied : A Look Back at Feller's take on Bayesian Inference"
William Feller has a Note on Bayes’ rule in his classic probability bookin which he expresses doubts about the Bayesian approach to statistics and decriesit as a method of the past. We analyze in this note the motivations for Feller’sattitude, without aiming at a complete historical coverage of the reasons for thisdismissal.
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