Challenges to Bayesian Confirmation Theory

@inproceedings{Norton2009ChallengesTB,
  title={Challenges to Bayesian Confirmation Theory},
  author={John D. Norton},
  year={2009}
}
Proponents of Bayesian confirmation theory believe that they have the solution to a significant, recalcitrant problem in philosophy of science. It is the identification of the logic that governs evidence and its inductive bearing in science. That is the logic that lets us say that our catalog of planetary observations strongly confirms Copernicus’ heliocentric hypothesis; or that the fossil record is good evidence for the theory of evolution; or that the 3oK cosmic background radiation supports… CONTINUE READING

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