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The psychology of inference and expectation: some preliminary remarks

@inproceedings{Weimer1975ThePO,
  title={The psychology of inference and expectation: some preliminary remarks},
  author={Walter B. Weimer},
  year={1975}
}
The problems of inference are manifold: the first task facing the theorist concerned with them is to attempt an ordering of priorities, to decide which of them to tackle. One must assay not only the relative importance of the various problems but also the possibilities of achieving their successful solution; only then may the individual problems profitably be addressed. Historically, the majority of philosophers have concluded that the problem of inference is that of induction, and more… 
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Needless to say, this essay is a beginning exercise in this latter approach, as is my Psychology and the Conceptual Foundations of Science. 37 See especially his books Personal Knowledge
  • Needless to say, this essay is a beginning exercise in this latter approach, as is my Psychology and the Conceptual Foundations of Science. 37 See especially his books Personal Knowledge
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