Probability, Many-Valued Logics, and Physics
The present paper is concerned chiefly with the problem of scientific prediction. It aims at a factual analysis of the processes leading to prediction, and ventures an appraisal, in the light of this analysis, of some modern and unconventional theories of probability and truth. But although prediction is here chosen as the central issue of discussion, I do not wish to imply that, in its usual sense, it is the only or even the dominant issue of scientific research.
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- E. Nagel The Structure of Science, Harcourt Brace and World, New York, 1961.Google Scholar