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Let any one try to account for this [probabilistic] operation of the mind upon any of the received systems of philosophy, and he will be sensible of the difficulty. For my part, I shall think it sufficient, if the present hints excite the curiosity of philosophers, and make them sensible how defective all common theories are in treating of such curious and such sublime subjects.' David Hume . When you come to a fork in the road, take it. Lawrence Peter ("Yogi") Berra Probabilities make justdoi:10.1098/rsta.2011.0075 pmid:22042893 fatcat:uxwbxc3jfvfu7dpole62vakea4