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Biology and Philosophy 14 (2):253-278 (1999)
|Abstract||Modus Darwin is a principle of inference that licenses the conclusion that two species have a common ancestor, based on the observation that they are similar. The present paper investigates the principle's probabilistic foundations.|
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