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Popper (negativly) solved the problem of induction by showing that there is no class of sentences (analytic/synthetic, a priori/a posteriori) in which a principle of induction can be phrased without … invoking an infinite regress or admitting synthetic a priori statements. He then presented a different methodology (fallibilism) which helps us do the work the principle of induction should have done …
asked Aug 5 '13 by Lukas