|Author:||Henry E. Jr. Kyburg|
|Title:||Probability and Inductive Logic|
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|Publisher:||Collier Macmillan Ltd; y First printing edition (June 1970)|
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In ‘The Aim of Inductive Logic’, Rudolph Carnap has offered a clear statement of his conception of the way in which Inductive Logic or Confirmation Theory contributes to a theory of rational probability judgment.
Henry E. Kyburg Jr. Wesleyan University Press (1961). This article has no associated abstract. Logic, Symbolic and mathematical Probabilities. Bayesian Reasoning, Misc in Philosophy of Probability. Probability, Logic, and Probability Logic. Alan Hájek - 2001 - In Lou Goble (e., The Blackwell Guide to Philosophical Logic.
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Probability and the Logic of Rational Belief. Wesley C. Salmon. Salmon, "Probability and the Logic of Rational Belief.," Philosophy of Science 34, no. 3 (Se. 1967): 283-285.
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Self-Profile Beginnings Early Themes Cognitive States Revision of Knowledge Credal Probability and Decision Making Conditionalization and Revision of Probabilities Inductive Logic Statistical Probability and Direct Inference Evidential Support Unfinished Business. one's written corpus it becomes significantly changed as a result of more careful reflection and external criticism.
By Henry E. No cover image. By Henry E. There is probably no concept more pervasive in logic and mathematics than that of a class or a set. It is hard to explain what a set is without appealing to synonyms: a set is a class, a collection, or a group of things that are thought of together as one whole . 12 - Inductive Behavior 262. Appendix 285. Index 291.