Mind projection fallacy

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Mind projection fallacy is an error of projecting your own mind's properties into the external world. The term was introduced by E.T.Jaynes, to analyze people's tendency to see probabilities as inherent properties of objects.

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  • E. T. Jaynes (1990). Probability Theory as Logic.  (PDF)