Probability and Evidence

Cambridge University Press (1982)
Methodology Introduction This book is about scientific knowledge, particularly the concept of evidence. Its purpose is to explore scientific methodology in ...
Keywords Science Philosophy  Probabilities  Evidence
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Call number Q175.H797 1982
ISBN(s) 9780521237581   0521237580   0521283361  
DOI 10.2307/2184556
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Ned Block (1986). Advertisement for a Semantics for Psychology. Midwest Studies in Philosophy 10 (1):615-78.
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