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How updating the model (prior or likelihood or both) can be interpreted as a necessary consequence of Bayesian reasoning
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"Using the data twice" vs "Incorrect Conditioning"
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Understanding Data Dependant Priors
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Religiosity and Intelligence and Natural Selection
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The Choice of What to Model
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The Data Generating Mechanism
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Bayesian inference in a nut...bag
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An argument for the previous method
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