I love this description, but then I would also love to have a straight answer to those pesky "continuoist" who will inevitable ruin the party by asking "So what about continuous probability? Have you heard about measure theory?" . Is there a way to gracefully dismiss them?
My admittedly annoying response is that this describes likelihood really well but not really probability...Probability adds eg that only one idea is correct (a ‘fixed probability pie’ to allocate among ideas)
Short answer: No, truth is for philosophers.
Less short answer: Ideas need initial weights, just like in every other paradigm. Bayes allows those initial weights to differ. But it is still just counting.