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  • The Nature of Scientific Evidenceby Mark L. Taper; Subhash R. Lele

    University of Chicago Press 2010; US$ 30.00

    An exploration of the statistical foundations of scientific inference, The Nature of Scientific Evidence asks what constitutes scientific evidence and whether scientific evidence can be quantified statistically. Mark Taper, Subhash Lele, and an esteemed group of contributors explore the relationships among hypotheses, models, data, and inference... more...

  • Belief, Evidence, and Uncertaintyby Prasanta S. Bandyopadhyay; Gordon Brittan Jr.; Mark L Taper

    Springer International Publishing 2016; US$ 48.29

    This work breaks new ground by carefully distinguishing the concepts of belief, confirmation, and evidence and then integrating them into a better understanding of personal and scientific epistemologies. It outlines a probabilistic framework in which subjective features of personal knowledge and objective features of public knowledge have their true... more...

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