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You can do the usual translations, but I haven't seen anyone present probability theory in a purely category theoretic manner.

One little point is, in my opinion, I think there's merit in syntactically treating random variables as generalized elements.

One little point is, in my opinion, I think there's merit in syntactically treating random variables as generalized elements.

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One little point is, in my opinion, I think there's merit in syntactically treating random variables as generalized elements.

What do you mean, syntactically treating random variables as generalized elements. Are you talking about discrete random variables, continuous random variables, or all being generalized in some way? If the latter, I would love to see this expounded upon, maybe if you could, some examples.

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