A New Definition of Probability

A huge part of the intellectual journey in my life has involved freeing myself from the positivist blinders that were part of our university education. The empiricist philosophy emerges from the rejection of God, and goes on to the rejection of all unobservables. This has created huge problems in understanding probability, which requires consideration of the inherently unobservable “what might have happened”. As a result the dominant definition is limiting frequency — which appears to have a shot at being observable. This is NOT a coherent definition when you dig into the details. I have been…