In this chapter we see that objective Bayesianism can be applied as a semantics for probabilistic logic. §7.1 presents the rather general framework for probabilistic logic of (Haenni et al 2009). Since this is a purely formal framework, it is open to a number of different interpretations. In §7.2 we give a flavour of some of these interpretations, turning to the objective Bayesian interpretation in §7.3. We see that in general credal nets can provide a calculus for probabilistic logic; in particular, objective credal nets provide a calculus for objective Bayesian probabilistic logic (§7.4).
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