principle of indifference

noun

the principle that, in the absence of any reason to expect one event rather than another, all the possible events should be assigned the same probabilitySee mathematical probability

Nearby words

  1. principia,
  2. principium,
  3. principle,
  4. principle of complementarity,
  5. principle of economy,
  6. principle of least action,
  7. principle of mathematical induction,
  8. principle of superposition,
  9. principle of virtual work,
  10. principled

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