History and Philosophy of Physics


Is Bayesian Epistemology a Better Alternative to Popperian Falsifiability?

Authors: Victor Christianto

According to a site (see http://psychology.wikia.com/wiki/falsifiability), there are many people who reject Popperian falsifiability, such as Paul Feyerabend and Alan Sokal. There is another two-fold critique on falsificationism by Shockley, see http://pk.b5z.net/i/u/2167316/i/A_Critique_of_Falsificationism_by_Karl_Popper.pdf

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