Rights from wrongs

@article{Psillos1996RightsFW,
  title={Rights from wrongs},
  author={S. Psillos},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1996},
  volume={383},
  pages={682-682}
}
Error and the Growth of Experimental Knowledge.By Deborah G. Mayo University of Chicago Press: 1996. Pp. 493. $74, £59.25 (hbk); $29.95, £23.95 (pbk). 
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