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Inquiry 26 (2):231 – 232 (1983)
|Abstract||Professor Aubert's ?three?stage rocket? (Inquiry, Vol. 26 , No. 1) has reached periodic orbit. His comments on my earlier reply to his critique of my election predictions paper simply repeat arguments I have already refuted. In this note, I limit myself largely to pointing out Professor Aubert's misconceptions of what my position actually is. I find no reasons for revising the views stated in my original election predictions paper, nor any reasons for thinking that paper violated norms of scientific method that prevail in the natural sciences|
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