J. Y. Halpern (1999) "Cox's Theorem Revisited", Volume 11, pages 429-435

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The assumptions needed to prove Cox's Theorem are discussed and examined. Various sets of assumptions under which a Cox-style theorem can be proved are provided, although all are rather strong and, arguably, not natural.

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