Direct inference and confirmational conditionalization

Philosophy of Science 48 (4):532-552 (1981)
The article responds to some of the points raised by B. van Fraassen concerning probability kinematics and direct inference within the framework of the approach to the revision of probability judgment proposed by Levi in The Enterprise of Knowledge. In particular, the critical importance of the question of direct inference is emphasized and explained
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DOI 10.1086/289020
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