Opinions differ, in many fields. Surely something as simple as statistics have a “ground truth” though?
Hehe. Maybe not. I’m trying to wrap my mind about the differences between the classical definition of probability, the frequentist definition of probability, and Bayesian probability. All these links are Wikipedia links. The comparative article is Probability interpretations.
While I have not yet come to grips with the exact implications of its dogma with regards to the perspectives of “other beliefs”, I conclude that “Bayesian probability” is the “one true way”, and everyone outside that school of thought is “wrong”.
Yea, that is completely and utterly absurd.