Aspects of Scientific Explanation: And Other Essays in the Philosophy of Science, Volume 1
Confirmation, Induction, and Rational Belief -- Conceptions of Cognitive Significance -- Structure and Function of Scientific Concepts and Theories -- Scientific Explanation.
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Studies in the Logic of Confirmation
Postscript 1964 on Confirmation
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