Jim Berger's recent papers.
Jose Bernardo's Tract on Bayesian Statistics.
A few words from D. Lindley:
The appreciation of tea and wine.
A nice article by Robert Matthews:
Bayesian Critique of Statistics in Health: The Great
Health Hoax. Robert's essay is written in a non-formal language but describes very true and serous fallacies of
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Entry on
About Jaynes . Links of Larry Bretthorst at
From the other camp - Brad Efron's famous tract:
Why Isn't Everyone a Bayesian with a few interesting responses.
Times changed from the time when this article was written (1986).
Pragmatic (and eclectic) point of view
by Chris Chatfield from University of Bath.
A few Bayesians among Economists, or vice versa:
History of Economic Thought.
L. Savage, Ramsey, De Finetti, ..., even the Reverend himself.
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