Verisimilitude revisited

Synthese 38 (2):175 - 196 (1978)
The article offers a rigorous explication of the intuitive notion of verisimilitude, I.E., Of the distance of a theory from the truth. The proposal is defended against charges of material inadequacy made by popper, Niniluoto, And miller.
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DOI 10.1007/BF00486149
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