## Aspects of Scientific Explanation: And Other Essays in the Philosophy of Science |

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Here, as in all other cases of logical analysis of science, the problem calls for a

rational reconstruction of scientific

consistent and comprehensive theoretical model of scientific inquiry, which is

then to ...

Here, as in all other cases of logical analysis of science, the problem calls for a

rational reconstruction of scientific

**procedure**, i.e. for the construction of aconsistent and comprehensive theoretical model of scientific inquiry, which is

then to ...

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Disregarding many subtle points of detail, the

follows : By means of a constructive

theorems of T in a sequence. This sequence is highly redundant, for it contains,

for any ...

Disregarding many subtle points of detail, the

**procedure**may be described asfollows : By means of a constructive

**procedure**, Craig arranges all the KB-theorems of T in a sequence. This sequence is highly redundant, for it contains,

for any ...

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Now, this

guarantee the soundness of the historical explanation to which it leads. The latter

rather depends upon the factual correctness of the generalizations which the ...

Now, this

**procedure**may sometimes prove heuristically helpful; but it does notguarantee the soundness of the historical explanation to which it leads. The latter

rather depends upon the factual correctness of the generalizations which the ...

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### Contents

Studies in the Logic of Confirmation | 3 |

Postscript 1964 on Confirmation | 47 |

Inductive Inconsistencies | 53 |

Copyright | |

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accepted adequate analogous antecedent application argument assertion assumption atomic sentences basic behavior Carnap causal character characteristics characterized clearly cognitive significance connections consequence considered construal construed criteria criterion deductive deductive-nomological defined definiens definition of confirmation disconfirmation discussion empirical science equivalent essay event example existential clause explanandum explanans explanatory explicit expressed fact finite formulation functional analysis given hypothesis illustrated imply individual inductive inductive logic inference interpretation kind latter lawlike sentences logical probability logically equivalent means nomic object observation report observation sentences occurrence operational definition outcome particular phenomena phenomenon Philosophy of Science physical possible postdiction prediction premises present probabilistic problem procedure question rational reduction sentences reference relevant requirement rules satisfy schematic scientific explanation sense singular sentence specified statements statistical laws statistical probability statistical syllogisms suggested systematic testability theoretical principles theoretical terms theory total evidence true universal vocabulary