Freiling's axiom of symmetry ($\sf AS$) is known as a justification for falsity of Continuum Hypothesis. Freiling in his 1986 paper, *Axioms of symmetry: throwing darts at the real number line*, provides a "deemed intuitive" probabilistic argument for this axiom.

Question:I'm looking for mathematical and philosophical references that argue the intuition behind Freiling's axiom of symmetry, particularly those which question the acceptability of the intuition behind this axiom based on some mathematical or philosophical reasons, in order to figure out the main directions of criticism towards $\sf AS$.