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Pure Inductive Logic

Jeffrey Paris and Alena Vencovská
Publisher: 
Cambridge University Press
Publication Date: 
2015
Number of Pages: 
342
Format: 
Hardcover
Series: 
Perspectives in Logic
Price: 
125.00
ISBN: 
9781107042308
Category: 
Monograph
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Part I. The Basics:
1. Introduction to pure inductive logic
2. Context
3. Probability functions
4. Conditional probability
5. The Dutch book argument
6. Some basic principles
7. Specifying probability functions
Part II. Unary Inductive Logic:
8. Introduction to unary pure inductive logic
9. de Finetti's representation theorem
10. Regularity and universal certainty
11. Relevance
12. Asymptotic conditional probabilities
13. The conditionalization theorem
14. Atom exchangeability
15. Carnap's continuum of inductive methods
16. Irrelevance
17. Another continuum of inductive methods
18. The NP-continuum
19. The weak irrelevance principle
20. Equalities and inequalities
21. Principles of analogy
22. Unary symmetry
Part III. Polyadic Inductive Logic:
23. Introduction to polyadic pure inductive logic
24. Polyadic constant exchangeability
25. Polyadic regularity
26. Spectrum exchangeability
27. Conformity
28. The probability functions $u^{\overline{p},L}$
29. The homogeneous/heterogeneous divide
30. Representation theorems for Sx
31. Language invariance with Sx
32. Sx without language invariance
33. A general representation theorem for Sx
34. The Carnap–Stegmüller principle
35. Instantial relevance and Sx
36. Equality
37. The polyadic Johnson's sufficientness postulate
38. Polyadic symmetry
39. Nathanial's invariance principle, NIP
40. NIP and atom exchangeability
41. The functions $u_{\overline{E}}^{\overline{p},L}$
42. The state of play
Bibliography
Index
Glossary.

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