How Does Measuring Generate Evidence? The Problem of Observational Grounding

@inproceedings{Tal2016HowDM,
  title={How Does Measuring Generate Evidence? The Problem of Observational Grounding},
  author={Eran Tal},
  year={2016}
}
The epistemology of measurement is an area of philosophy that studies the relationships between measurement and knowledge. One of its central aims is to explain how measurement can function as a reliable source of scientific evidence. Key to such explanation is a clear characterization of the dependence of measurement on observation, but such characterization has remained elusive. This article traces the recent historical trajectory of views on the observational grounding of measurement… Expand
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