The Empire of Chance: How Probability Changed Science and Everyday Life by Gerd Gigerenzer; Zeno Swijtink; Theodore Porter; Lorraine Daston; John Beatty; Lorenz Krüger [Book Review]

Isis 82:103-105 (1991)
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