Chance and Structure: An Essay on the Logical Foundations of Probability

Oxford University Press (1988)
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Discussing the relations between logic and probability, this book compares classical 17th- and 18th-century theories of probability with contemporary theories, explores recent logical theories of probability, and offers a new account of probability as a part of logic.

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