I’ve finally posted slides from the talk that I gave at Stanford and a couple times in Australia in the last couple months. (Each of the talks was somewhat shorter than this whole set of slides – I’ve combined them all here.) I discuss some ideas about putting decision theory on new foundations in order to better deal with some problematic cases due to Alan Hájek and others, and in the process get a slightly more unified account of the Two-Envelope Paradox and some others. Of course, my theory’s not fully worked out yet, so comments and criticism are certainly welcome!
Dominance and Decisions21 07 2006