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|"In the long run, we are
seems plain that there is some sense in which a probability founded upon mere
evidence is superior to one founded upon less." 1907
that the »weight« and the »probability« of an argument
are independent properties, may possibly introduce a difficulty into the
discussion of the application of probability to practice., S.
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inevitable never happens. It is the unexpected always."
|"The political problem of
mankind is to combine three things:
economic efficiency, social justice and individual liberty." 1926