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I'm reading Samir Okasha's article "Does Hume’s argument against induction rest on a quantifier-shift fallacy?" and in page 240 there is this: Consider a typical inductive inference of the sort …
asked Feb 9 '14 by Koeng
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I was thinking about the question How can I know that I am not immortal? and started wondering about the relation between induction and falsifiability. Regarding the cited question, one thinks: well … reasoning from other sources of knowledge (like our knowledge of biological mechanisms), but for the sake of argument, let's stick with inductive. So, my question is: in cases like that, how does induction relate to falsifiability, and when does one trump the other? …
asked Oct 23 '12 by Koeng