MONTHLY MEMORY LANE: 3 years ago: March 2012. I mark in red three posts that seem most apt for general background on key issues in this blog. (Posts that are part of a “unit” or a group of “U-Phils” count as one.) This new feature, appearing the last week of each month, began at the blog’s 3-year anniversary in Sept, 2014.
Since the 3/14 and 3/18 posts on objectivity (part of a 5-part unit on objectivity) were recently reblogged, they are marked in burgundy, not bright red. The 3/18 comment on Barnard and Copas includes two items: A paper by Bernard and Copas, which happens to cite Stephen Senn twice, and a note by Aris Spanos pertaining to that paper.
- (3/2) MetaBlog: March 2, 2012
- (3/3) Statistical Science Court?
- (3/6) U-PHIL: Mayo, Senn, and Wasserman on Gelman’s RMM Contribution
- (3/8) Lifting a piece from Spanos’ contribution* will usefully add to the mix
- (3/10) U-PHIL: A Further Comment on Gelman by Christian Hennig (UCL, Statistics)
- (3/11) Blogologue*
- (3/11) RMM-7: Commentary and Response on Senn published: Special Volume on Stat Scie Meets Phil Sci
- (3/14) Objectivity (#4) and the “Argument From Discretion”
- (3/18) Objectivity (#5): Three Reactions to the Challenge of Objectivity (in inference)
- (3/22) Generic Drugs Resistant to Lawsuits
- (3/25) The New York Times Goes to War Against Generic Drug Manufacturers: Schachtman
- (3/26) Announcement: Philosophy of Scientific Experiment Conference
- (3/28) Comment on the Barnard and Copas (2002) Empirical Example: Aris Spanos