Epistemic probability concerns “…our possession of knowledge, or information.” It is also commonly used to mean how much support is given by all the available evidence; it can be measured in “degrees of belief” or “degrees of rational belief”.

**References:**

Hacking, Ian (1975): The Emergence of Probability (Cambridge University Press).

Pargetter, R. (1988). Conditional Epistemic Probability. Southern Journal of Philosophy.

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