John Venn Quote

If we start with the assumption, grounded on experience, that there is uniformity in this average, and so long as this is secured to us, we can afford to be perfectly indifferent to the fate, as regards causation, of the individuals which compose the average.


The Logic of Chance: An Essay on the Foundation and Province of the - Theory of Probability, Chance, Causation, and Design, Section 4 (p. 239)

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If we start with the assumption, grounded on experience, that there is uniformity in this average, and so long as this is secured to us, we can...

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If we start with the assumption, grounded on experience, that there is uniformity in this average, and so long as this is secured to us, we can...

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If we start with the assumption, grounded on experience, that there is uniformity in this average, and so long as this is secured to us, we can...

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If we start with the assumption, grounded on experience, that there is uniformity in this average, and so long as this is secured to us, we can...