Probabilities, Laws and Structure

Springer (2012)
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This conception of natural kinds might be dubbed a 'structural kinds' view. It is the conception of kinds offered by ExtOSR within a Humean framework. To invoke structural kinds also means to invoke structural laws. For laws generalize over ...

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Marcel Weber
University of Geneva
Stephan Hartmann
Ludwig Maximilians Universität, München

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