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In the philosophy of science, we confront our logical account of chapter 3 with the notion of scientific explanation, as proposed by Hempel in two of his models of scientific inference: deductive-nomological and inductive-statistical [Hem65]. We showthat both can be viewed as forms of (abductive) explanatory arguments, the ultimate products of abductive reasoning. The former with deductive underlying inference, and the latter with statistical inference.
KeywordsBelief Revision Structural Rule Default Theory Abductive Reasoning Ternary Format
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