Philosophy 167: Class 4 - Part 15 - Varieties of Generalization: Exact, Essentially Exact, and Approximate.

Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-

2014-09-23

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  • Synopsis: Asks whether the generalizations exact, essentially exact, merely approximate?

    Opening line: "This is a more subtle set of distinctions. I threw it out, the top one, last week. And I can reinforce it now. It's very, very much present in Kepler."

    Duration: 6:24 minutes.

    Segment: Class 4, Part 15.
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