What is the best way(s) to judge if an outcome is probable?
I think there is one axiom that : Prior outcome(s) determine the likelihood of future outcome(s)
Another one might be based off of pattern recognition, similar to the first: If a variable repeats itself than it is predictable.
What are some other axioms or principles I can use to become a better judge of what is going to happen in life?
- peter mLv 61 month ago
You can become a better judge of what is going to happen in one's life
& their progress say in philosophy if one believes enough actually IN
the Progress of such philosophy.
The only way of doing that is by doing work & coursework IN A RECOGNISED
philosophy & associated COURSE.
This isn't "for everyone" & if anyone is struggling to understand this then they
should continue with THEIR OWN studies until & before such a time as they
could know THAT THEY KNOW OR are interested enough to find such a
I have well described here my own path-to-date (a course I looked for but
"got lucky" to find & to then apply for.. my luck ran out though as I also
described.. I now firmly believe that actual breaks from ANY progressive
philosophy type line is o.k. for a lot of us, even necessary physically as I
found out.. & between you & me that last century experience has been a
source of better realisation that even though philosophy will undoubtedly
change when I am gone, it's PROGRESS may be more difficult to unravel.
And this is all enough reason to justify why we can so "carry on" in our
philosophy education.. in our learning of more & more & hopefully better
& better stuff...
so to speak!).Source(s): the history of ideas / objective philosophy. A authoritative learning Environment ^.
- PLv 71 month ago
Analyse the determining factors and determine the probability of each component occuring. Do the same for alternative outcomes and compare the probability of each outcome.
Prior outcomes cannot determine future outcomes if random variable factors are involved. It may only be valid if factors can be predicted accurately by physical laws and all tolerances are known eg as in type testing and mathematical modeling to determine continuing compliance with a specific standard