Probability, explanation, and information
- Peter Railton
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I am very grateful to David Lewis, Lawrence Sklar, and Timothy McCarthy for helpful comments on some of the material contained in this paper. Some of the research for this paper was supported by a dissertation-writing fellowship from the Whiting Foundation at Princeton University and by a Junior Fellowship in the Society of Fellows at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; their support is acknowledged with thanks.
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