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Probability and Causality: Essays in Honor of Wesley C. Salmon

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The contributions to this special collection concern issues and problems discussed in or related to the work of Wesley C. Salmon. Salmon has long been noted for his important work in the philosophy of science, which has included research on the interpretation of probability, the nature of explanation, the character of reasoning, the justification of induction, the structur ...more
Hardcover, 362 pages
Published December 31st 1987 by Springer
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