Article in Journal | Posted 24/04/2019
Meier, Paul, Zabell, Sandy (1980). Benjamin Peirce and the Howland Will
The Howland will case is possibly the earliest instance in American law of the use of probabilistic and statistical evidence. Identifying 30 downstrokes in the signature of Sylvia Ann Howland,...
Article in Journal | Posted 05/02/2015
Upshur, Ross (1997). Certainty, Probability and Abduction: why we should look to C.S. Peirce rather than Gödel for a theory of clinical reasoning
This paper argues that Gödel's proof does not provide the appropriate conceptual basis on which to counter the claims of evidence-based medicine. The nature of, and differences between,...