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  1. Improve Popper and procure a perfect simulacrum of verification indistinguishable from the real thing.Nicholas Maxwell - 2021 - Journal for General Philosophy of Science.
    According to Karl Popper, science cannot verify its theories empirically, but it can falsify them, and that suffices to account for scientific progress. For Popper, a law or theory remains a pure conjecture, probability equal to zero, however massively corroborated empirically it may be. But it does just seem to be the case that science does verify empirically laws and theories. We trust our lives to such verifications when we fly in aeroplanes, cross bridges and take modern medicines. We can (...)
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  2. Compact entailment and Wright's verification principle.Byeong-Uk Yi - 2001 - Mind 110 (438):413-421.
  3. Wiener Abhandlung (Tractatus Vindobonensis) | رساله وین.Mir Shamsuddin Adib-Soltani - 1981 - Tehran: Iranisches Zentrum zur Erforschung der Kulturen.
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  4. Probability and the theory of knowledge.Ernest Nagel - 1939 - Philosophy of Science 6 (2):212-253.
    Professor Reichenbach's writings have repeatedly called attention to the important rôle which probability statements play in all inquiry, and he has made amply clear that no philosophy of science can be regarded as adequate which does not square its accounts with the problems of probable inference. Recently he has brought together in convenient form many reflections on the methodology of science familiar to readers of his earlier works, and at the same time he has set himself the task of solving (...)
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  5. Metaphysics and meaning.W. T. Stace - 1935 - Mind 44 (176):417-438.