Successful science without miracles

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I. Niiniluoto


Science is highly successful in making empirical predictions and guiding our practical actions. This paper defends the so-called ‘ultimate argument for scientific realism’ by claim- ing that this empirical and pragmatic success of scientific theories would be a miracle unless they are true or truthlike. This argument is abductive in Charles Peirce’s sense, as it appeals to inference to the best explanation.


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I. Niiniluoto. Successful science without miracles // Логические исследования / Logical Investigations. 2018. Т. 19. № 1.