Lectures at the fourth SIPTA School on Imprecise Probability
I am currently in Durham (UK), attending the fourth SIPTA School on Imprecise probabilities, and also lecturing there on the topic of structural judgements. This is a fancy term for judgements of irrelevance, independence, or symmetry (and therefore in particular exchangeability).
It is turning out to be an interesting event, very well organised by Matthias Troffaes, with innovative lectures on various topics relevant to the field (see the website of the school for more details and pdfs of the presentations).
Erik Quaeghebeur gave a(n in many ways) beautiful talk on desirability, so if you have any interest in the notion of desirability, or in good mathematical presentations, for that matter, go and have a look.