I see that it's been asked to allow questions to be migrated to any SE network, and I don't necessarily agree (complete red-herring topics should be closed-closed, not migrated, fewer network options will help expedite that process).
However, philosophy addresses many aspects of probability, interpretation of probability, and especially the seemingly endless banter about Bayesian versus frequentist probability. Operational questions about how to accurately calculate and report probabilities, estimates, and inference in each paradigm is warranted. But very often, things are spun around into the basic misconception of what probability is (in either context). As much as we, as statisticians, love that discussion, I don't think it actually contributes much to our site to have to explicate the finer points of this as often as it comes up.
Just as there are grey areas with whether certain questions should be migrated to StackOverflow and Mathematics, I think the community can decide and help clean up the questions a little bit.