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READ µ Fact, Fiction, and Forecast Ë Here in a new edition is Nelson Goodman's provocative philosophical classic a book that according to Science raised a storm of controversy when it was first published in 1954 and one that remains on the front lines of philosophical debateHow is it that we feel confident in generalizing from experience in some Here in a new edition is Nelson Goodman's provocative philosophical classic a book that according to Science raised a storm of controversy when it was first published in 1954 and one that remains on the front lines of philosophical debateHow is it that we feel confident in generalizing from experience in some ways but not in others How. Possibly the most beautiful book of analytic philosophy ever written only Fod

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ThesesIn his new foreword to this edition Hilary Putnam forcefully rejects these nativist claims The controversy surrounding these unsolved problems is as relevant to the psychology of cognitive development as it is to the philosophy of science No serious student of either discipline can afford to misunderstand Goodman's classic argume. Tough going particularly the last section I found myself needing a lot worki

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Fact Fiction and ForecastAre generalizations that are warranted to be distinguished from those that are not Goodman shows that these uestions resist formal solution and his demonstration has been taken by nativists like Chomsky and Fodor as proof that neither scientific induction nor ordinary learning can proceed without an a priori or innate ordering of hypo. Nelson Goodman's famous GRUE argument found in this book turns out to be one