Underdetermination and theory preference
Let us begin by reviewing the main results of the previous chapter. It was argued that, provided certain conditions are met, we can construct a purely probabilistic inference to some scientific realist claims. To recap, it was argued that we are justified in adopting realism with respect to some theory T if:
Wright, J. (2018). Underdetermination and theory preference, in An epistemic foundation for scientific realism, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 145-165.
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