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    Computer Models and the Evidence of Anthropogenic Climate Change: An Epistemology of Variety-of-Evidence Inferences and Robustness Analysis.Martin A. Vezér - 2016 - Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 56:95-102.
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    Variety-of-Evidence Reasoning About the Distant Past.Martin Vezér - 2017 - European Journal for Philosophy of Science 7 (2):257-265.
    The epistemology of studies addressing questions about historical and prehistorical phenomena is a subject of increasing discussion among philosophers of science. A related field of inquiry that has yet to be connected to this topic is the epistemology of climate science. Branching these areas of research, I show how variety-of-evidence reasoning accounts for scientific inferences about the past by detailing a case study in paleoclimate reconstruction. This analysis aims to clarify the logic of historical inquiry in general and, by focusing (...)
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    Book Notice. [REVIEW]Martin A. Vezér - 2015 - Metascience 24 (2):211-212.
    Contributing a new perspective to a growing body of interdisciplinary climate change studies, Dale Jamieson’s Reason in a Dark Time investigates some key issues in historical, political, economic, and ethical fields of research. Synthesizing analyses from several disciplines, the book addresses a broad range of problems posed by human-induced climate change, emphasizing the ethical and political challenges inhibiting mitigation efforts. The monograph is divided into seven chapters and includes a preface, a glossary of abbreviations, a list of references, and an (...)
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