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Philosophical Probability

February 27th, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

It is fascinating to find this kind of paragraphs in classical probability literature by Laplace:

Nearly all our knowledge is problematical; and in the small number of things which we are able to know with certainty, even in the mathematical sciences themselves, the principal means for ascertaining truth -induction and analogy- are based on probabilities

Philosophers (some call them scientists now), the real predictors of the future.

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