Luc Bovens, Stephan Hartmann
Oxford University Press (January 2004)
Probability theory is increasingly important to philosophy. Bayesian probabilistic models offer us ways of getting to grips with fundamental problems about information, coherence, reliability, confirmation, and testimony, and therefore show how we can justify beliefs and evaluate theories. Bovens and Hartmann provide a systematic guide to the use of probabilistic methods not just in epistemology, but also in philosophy of science, voting theory, jurisprudence, and cognitive psychology.
Luc Bovens is professor in the Department of Philosophy, Logic, and Scientific Method at LSE
Dr Stephan Hartmann is lecturer in the Department of Philosophy, Logic, and Scientific Method at LSE
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