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Applied to Fundamental Uncertainty: Chapter 3 - Why don't we agree on what's right? by G Gordon Worley III 1mo ago

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**Aumann's agreement theorem**, roughly speaking, says that two agents acting rationally (in a certain precise sense) and with common knowledge of each other's beliefs cannot agree to disagree. More specifically, if two people are genuine Bayesians, share common ~~priors,~~priors, and have common knowledge of each other's current probability assignments, then they must have equal probability assignments.

- The Modesty Argument
- Agreeing to Agree by Hal Finney
- The Coin Guessing Game by Hal Finney
- The Proper Use of Humility
- Meme Lineages and Expert Consensus by Carl Shulman (OB)
- Probability Space & Aumann Agreement by Wei Dai
- Bayesian Judo

- A write-up of the proof of Aumann's agreement theorem (pdf) by Tyrrell McAllister

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- (PDF, Talk video)

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