Induction, acceptance, and rational belief. Edited by Marshall Swain.

Dordrecht, Reidel [1970] .

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Subjects Aufsatzsammlung.
Belief and doubt.
Croyance et doute.
Induction (Logic)
Induction (Logique)
Series Synthese library.
Description 232 pages 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 186-227).
Contents Editor's introduction -- Three logics of belief / Frederic Schick -- The consistency of rational belief / Marshall Swain -- Conjunctivitis / Henry E. Kyburg -- Introduction. A discussion of the relevance of the theory of knowledge to the theory of induction (with a digression to the effect that neither deductive logic nor the probability calculus has anything to do with inference) / Gilbert H. Harman -- Justification, explanation, and induction / Keith Lehrer -- Probability and evidence / Isaac Levi -- Dracula meets Wolfman : acceptance vs. partial belief / Richard C. Jeffrey -- Induction, acceptance, and rational belief : a selected bibliography / Ralph L. Slaght.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)78376
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WorldCat Identities Swain, Marshall.
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