Philosophy as conceptual engineering: Inductive logic in Rudolf Carnap's scientific philosophy

Dissertation, University of British Columbia (2015)

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Christopher French
University of British Columbia
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Keywords Conceptual Engineering  Rudolf Carnap  Inductive Logic  Hans Reichenbach  Bayesian Decision Theory  Herbert Simon  History and philosophy of engineering  History of Statistics  History of Philosophy of Science
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