Handbook of the History and Philosophy of Logic
vol. 10: Inductive Logic

ed. by Dov Gabbay, Stephan Hartmann and John Woods

Table of contents

  1. Dov Gabbay, Stephan Hartmann and John Woods: Preface
  2. John Milton: Induction Before Hume
  3. Marc Lange: Hume and the Problem of Induction
  4. Malcolm Forster: The Whewell-Mill Debatte on Induction: Its Relevance for Philosophy of Science Today
  5. Stathis Psillos: An Explorer upon Untrodden Ground: Peirce on Abduction
  6. Maria Carla Galavotti: The Modern Epistemic Interpretations of Probability: Logicism and Subjectivism
  7. Alan Musgrave: Popper and Hypothetico-Deductivism
  8. Jan Sprenger: Hempel and the Paradoxes of Confirmation
  9. Sandy Zabell: Carnap and the Logic of Inductive Inference
  10. Ilkka Niiniluoto: The Development of the Hintikka Program
  11. Frederick Eberhardt and Clark Glymour: Hans Reichenbach’s Probability Logic
  12. Robert Schwartz: Goodman and the Demise of the Syntactic Approach
  13. James Joyce: The Development of Subjective Bayesianism
  14. Jonathan Weisberg: Varieties of Bayesianism
  15. Nick Chater, Mike Oaksford, Ulrike Hahn and Evan Heit: Inductive Logic and Empirical Psychology
  16. Jan-Willem Romeijn: Statistics as Inductive Inference
  17. Daniel Osherson and Scott Weinstein: Formal Learning Theory in Context
  18. Ronald Ortner and Hannes Leitgeb: Mechanizing Induction
  19. Ulrike von Luxburg and Bernhard Schölkopf: Statistical Learning Theory: Models, Concepts and Results