Robert Kowalenko

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Law-like generalisations hedged with a ceteris paribus-clause such as widely in use in psychology, the social and biological sciences, are best construed as incomplete strict laws. These incomplete laws can be “fleshed out” by adding a set of enabling, or completing, conditions to their antecedent. In other words, the logical form of a cplaw, ceteris(More)
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