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

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This inductive probability is the central concept of the theories of probability

developed by Keynes, Mazurkiewicz, ... These relations might be expressed in

the manner of (3.4); or, in the framework of a quantitative

This inductive probability is the central concept of the theories of probability

developed by Keynes, Mazurkiewicz, ... These relations might be expressed in

the manner of (3.4); or, in the framework of a quantitative

**inductive logic**such as ...Page 66

Indeed, the notion of accepting certain statements, like the notion of total

evidence, is pragmatic in character and cannot be defined in terms of the

concepts of formal deductive or

evidence cannot ...

Indeed, the notion of accepting certain statements, like the notion of total

evidence, is pragmatic in character and cannot be defined in terms of the

concepts of formal deductive or

**inductive logic**. But if the requirement of totalevidence cannot ...

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3.4.2 The Requirement of Maximal Specificity and theEpistemic Relativity of

Inductive- Statistical Explanation. ... Carnap formulates it as follows: "in the

application of

available ...

3.4.2 The Requirement of Maximal Specificity and theEpistemic Relativity of

Inductive- Statistical Explanation. ... Carnap formulates it as follows: "in the

application of

**inductive logic**to a given knowledge situation, the total evidenceavailable ...

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### Contents

Studies in the Logic of Confirmation | 3 |

Postscript 1964 on Confirmation | 47 |

Inductive Inconsistencies | 53 |

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