As Achinstein notes, he and I agree on several key requirements for an adequate account of evidence: it should be objective and not subjective, it should include considerations of flaws in data, and it should be empirical and not a priori. Where we differ, at least at the moment, concerns the role of probability in inductive inference. He takes the position… (More)
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