PSA 1972 pp 137-149 | Cite as


  • Henry E. Kyburg
Part of the Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science book series (BSPS, volume 20)


Mr. Coffa’s admirable and lucid exposition of the history of mathematical randomness, leaves, to my mind, nothing to be desired. I am not sure whether, or how, its end result is of use to the theoretically minded statistician, but it is certainly interesting enough in its own right to need no excuse.


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  1. 1.
    These questions turn out to be quite the right ones. For a careful, rich, and detailed analysis of various ways in which these questions may be construed, see Richard Montague, ‘Deterministic Theories’ in Decisions, Values, and Groups (ed. by Washburne), New York 1962, pp. 325–370.Google Scholar

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  • Henry E. Kyburg
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  1. 1.The University of RochesterUSA

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