Training and Logic: Comment on Magali Bovet’s Paper
Magali Bovet’s main point is that people take to training experiments for a variety of reasons and with a number of different aims. She argues that we ought to classify these experiments into different types and she surely is right.
KeywordsTraining Experiment Causal Hypothesis Transitive Inference Logical Mechanism Causal Question
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