THE BADNESS OF BEING CERTAIN OF A FALSEHOOD IS AT LEAST 1/(log 4 − 1) TIMES GREATER THAN THE VALUE OF BEING CERTAIN OF A TRUTH (pages 229-238)

Submitted by logos on Wed, 06/27/2012 - 14:54
paper title: 

THE BADNESS OF BEING CERTAIN OF A FALSEHOOD IS AT LEAST 1/(log 4 − 1) TIMES GREATER THAN THE VALUE OF BEING CERTAIN OF A TRUTH (pages 229-238)

paper type: 
article
paper author: 

Alexander R. PRUSS

paper author family name: 

Alexander R. PRUSS

paper abstract: 

ABSTRACT: Surprisingly precise results are provided on how much more one should disvalue being wrong than one values being right. 

paper issue: 
8

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