David Hume is credited with developing induction. He argued that our inductive generalisations rest on the assumption that unobserved cases will follow the patterns that we discovered in observed cases but that one cannot make induction deductively certain. 758 more words
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Here we go ladies and gentlemen, this is actually the first one with something exact to say. This fact actually takes my job away (sort of), but still, this stuff is big. 614 more words
I have long since endeavored to complete the volume, or one might say, tome, entitled the Complete Sherlock Holmes Volume I. It has sat upon my shelf, keeping the company of other famous works and gathering dust, a most unfortunate predicament for any literary work. 544 more words
File me under: Jack The Ripper enthusiasts are the worst.