noun equi·probabilism \as at equiangular +\

Definition of equiprobabilism

  1. :  a theory that in moral questions where certainty is impossible and the arguments for both courses are equiprobable either course may be followed — compare probabiliorism, probabilism

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Origin and Etymology of equiprobabilism

from equiprobable, after English probable: probabilism

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