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Eaton and Sudderth dedicate this paper to the memory of their friend and colleague, Jim Dickey. Abstract The logical consistency of a collection of assertions about events can be viewed as a special case of coherent probability assessments in the sense of de Finetti.doi:10.1215/00294527-2009-002 fatcat:umpp63yx3bgl3lgopkwed2pbw4