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    Induction and Justification, an Investigation of Cartesian Procedures in the Philosophy of Knowledge. [REVIEW]B. T. - 1975 - Review of Metaphysics 28 (3):571-573.
    This work is a departure from traditional investigations of induction. Rather than consider issues related to the justification or construction of a scientific inductive logic, Professor Will exposes, evaluates, and rejects the epistemological framework within which work in the philosophy of induction is usually conducted. He argues that the frustrating difficulties faced in the philosophy of induction are endemic to that theory of knowledge which "resulted from the empiricist criticism and revision of the basic Cartesian view that knowledge is a (...)
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    The Aesthetic Field. [REVIEW]B. T. - 1971 - Review of Metaphysics 24 (4):741-742.