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The paper will focus on Bruno de Finetti's position, which combines Bayesianism with a strictly subjective interpretation of probability. For de Finetti, probability is always subjective and expresses the degree of belief of the evaluating subject. His perspective does not accommodate a notion of "objective chance" in the way other subjectivists, including Frank Ramsey, do. To de Finetti's eyes, objectivism, namely the idea that probability depends entirely on some aspects of reality, is adoi:10.1007/978-94-017-1586-7_7 fatcat:r76wltsq4rcszjv7w2gconmjzm