Probability and Evidence

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Columbia University Press, 1972 - Philosophy - 144 pages

In Probability and Evidence, one of Britain's foremost twentieth-century philosophers addresses central questions in the theory of knowledge and the philosophy of science. This book contains A.J. Ayer's John Dewey Lectures delivered at Columbia University, together with two additional essays, "Has Harrod Answered Hume?" and "The Problem of Conditionals."

 

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