RMM-1: Special Volume on Stat Sci Meets Phil Sci

Little by little the articles on Stat Sci Meets Phil Sci are appearing in “Rationality, Markets and Morals,”  online.

The article “Statistical Science and Philosophy of Science: Where Do/Should They Meet in 2011 (and Beyond)?” has now been published.

Categories: philosophy of science, Philosophy of Statistics, Statistics | Tags: , | 4 Comments

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4 thoughts on “RMM-1: Special Volume on Stat Sci Meets Phil Sci

  1. jimmy

    hi professor mayo, have you also considered posting your article and your conversation with cox to arxiv.org ?
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  2. The Best Colleges

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    • Wow? I didn’t even think people paid attention to a Blog-in-Exile! Especially as it isn’t very old, but this is gratifying. I just hope I don’t have to become less radical. Anyway, thanks for letting me know!

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