The observation made sometime ago by C. D. Broad identifying the lack of an adequate solution to the problem of induction as the great scandal in modern philosophy is well known among specialists. It seems somewhat peculiar, however, that for more than two centuries the attempts made by the best minds in the West—the Homeric Kantian attempt included—to try to solve this puzzle officially bestowed by Hume have failed.
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