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Can someone please explain Bayesian Rationality to me?

Preferably in relation to philosophy
Have you tried the Bing AI for things like this?

Some of the output I got when I typed in the question included the following:

Bayesian reasoning offers a mathematical and systematic approach to the philosophical questions about how we should change our beliefs in the light of new evidence. It’s a bridge between philosophy and statistics, providing a rigorous method for philosophical inquiry.
In epistemology, Bayesianism suggests that our degrees of belief or justification can be represented by probabilities. It provides a set of rules to assess the rationality of these beliefs. This is particularly relevant in discussions about belief, scepticism, and doubt.

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