Unformatted text preview: scientific procedures than Mill did, he only partially grasped the importance of models and grossly over-estimated the possibilities of the application of probability to the problems of induction. This is not a book for students for it is very long and its curiously evangelical style makes it difficult to read. However it should not be overlooked by those interested in the history of logic or the development of the philosophy of science....
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- Spring '10
- Inductive Reasoning, J. S. Mill, curiously evangelical style, actual scientific procedures, classical expositions