| Peter Higbie Van Ness - 1992 - Страниц: 364
...win everything, if you lose you lose nothing. Do no hesitate then; wager that he does exist.... Here **there is an infinity of infinitely happy life to be...chance of winning against a finite number of chances of** losing, and what you are staking is finite. Ibid., pp. 150-51 (418). 28. Nicholas Rescher, Pascal's... | |
| Peter Kreeft - 1993 - Страниц: 350
...only two lives for one you could still wager, but supposing you stood to win three? . . . But here **there is an infinity of infinitely happy life to be...chance of winning against a finite number of chances of** losing, and what you are staking is finite. That leaves no choice; wherever there is infinity, and... | |
| Jeff Jordan - 1994 - Страниц: 180
...only one in your favor, if there were an infinity of infinitely happy life to be won. [4] But here **there is an infinity of infinitely happy life to be...chance of winning against a finite number of chances of** losing, and what you are staking is [still] finite. That leaves no choice . . . you must give everything.... | |
| Pierre-Simon Laplace - 1998 - Страниц: 292
...there is one in your favour, if there were an infinity of infinitely happy life to be won. But here **there is an infinity of infinitely happy life to be...chance of winning against a finite number of chances of** losing, and what you are staking is finite. That leaves no choice; wherever there is infinity, and... | |
| Marvin R. O'Connell - 1997 - Страниц: 244
...win everything, if you lose you lose nothing. Do not hesitate then; wager that he does exist. Here **there is an infinity of infinitely happy life to be...chance of winning against a finite number of chances of** losing, and what you are staking is finite. That leaves no choice; wherever there is infinity, and... | |
| Blaise Pascal - 1999 - Страниц: 326
...were an infinitely happy infinity of life to be won. But here there is an infinitely happy infinity of **life to be won, one chance of winning against a finite number of chances of** losing, and what you are staking is finite. That removes all choice: wherever there is infinity and... | |
| Roger Ariew, Eric Watkins - 2000 - Страниц: 326
...life of 124 125 infinite happiness to be won. But here there is an infinite life of infinite happiness **to be won, one chance of winning against a finite number of chances of** losing, and what you stake is finite. All bets are off wherever there is an infinity and wherever there... | |
| James Franklin - 2002 - Страниц: 520
...there is one in your favour, if there were an infinity of infinitely happy life to be won. But here **there is an infinity of infinitely happy life to be...chance of winning against A finite number of chances of** losing, and what you are staking is finite.''4 This is an argument in what is now called decision theory... | |
| Michael F. Palmer - 2001 - Страниц: 388
...there is one in your favour, if there were an infinity of infinitely happy life to be won. But here **there is an infinity of infinitely happy life to be...chance of winning against a finite number of chances of** losing, and what you are staking is finite. That leaves no choice; wherever there is infinity, and... | |
| Nicholas Hammond - 2003 - Страниц: 308
...is one in your favour, if there were an infinity of infinitely happy life to be won. But here [vi] **there is an infinity of infinitely happy life to be...won, one chance of winning against a finite number of** losing, and what you are staking is finite. That leaves no choice; [vii] wherever there is infinity,... | |
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