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    • Randomness and Mr. Goodman's Paradox 

      Cameron, Evan Wm. (1967)
      Viable inductions can only be drawn from unbiased samples. A predicate like Nelson Goodman's 'Grue', therefore, cannot be used within inductions, for the temporal nature of its definition ensures that any sampling of objects ...

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