I can only see they differences between the two and their limitations. Could someone extend my knowledge?

  • See Karl Popper: one of Popper's key theory is the rejection of induction. – Mauro ALLEGRANZA Apr 24 '20 at 7:34
  • Popper did oppose the philosophy of inductive theory building, but he did not fully dismiss the Bayesian apparatus. While often opposed, the inductivist and falsificationist approaches can be, and sometimes are, used in a complementary way. Bayesian, in assessing prior "reasonableness" of hypotheses, and Neyman-Pearson's (which implements Popper's directions, to a degree) in testing and passing judgment on them, see Hypothesis testing: Fisher vs. Popper vs. Bayes. – Conifold Apr 24 '20 at 12:44

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