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On the Foundation of Ampliative Reasoning 

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Resource ID

24388

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Contributed by

Frederik Wellmann

type of material

A. MS.

description

Explicative and ampliative reasoning. Laplace and Mill on induction. Distinction between uniformity (what does happen) and law (what was compelled to happen). Criticism of Laplace's treatment of probability. CSP's views correspond to those of Venn, but derived independently. The notion of "equally possible." (Cf. "objective probability" in Venn, Logic of Chance, 1866.) CSP gives 1864 as the year he arrived at his conception of probability.

general index

Induction, Laplace, Pierre Simon de, Law(s), Logic (modal see Modality), Mill John Stuart, Possibility, Probability and Chance, Reason, ampliative Reasoning, Uniformity (see also Nature uniformity of), Venn John

pagination

pp. 1-23, incomplete

Date

1910-10-24/1910-10-28

number

MS0660_021

abbreviated title

(AR)

date (Robin)

1910-10-24/1910-10-28

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 Public : MS_0660
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