The Logic of Reliable Inquiry

Oxford University Press, USA (1996)
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This book is devoted to a different proposal--that the logical structure of the scientist's method should guarantee eventual arrival at the truth given the scientist's background assumptions.
Keywords Research   Logic, Symbolic and mathematical   Cognitive learning theory
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ISBN(s) 0195091957   9780195091953     0195091957
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