Offprints and other material from the collection of Adolf Grünbaum: 1) Should We Attempt to Justify Induction? (inscribed, Philosophical Studies Vol. VIII No. 3 April 1957); 2) Regular Rules of Induction (inscribed, The Philosophical Review Vol LXV no. 3 July 1956); 3) The Short Run (inscribed, The Philosophy of Science Vol. 22 no. 3 July 1955); 4) Russell on Scientific Inference or Will the Real Deductivist Please Stand Up? (inscribed, 1974); 5) Confirmation and Relevance (inscribed, from Minnesota Studies in the Philosophy of Science Vol. VI); 6) 3 pp handwritten commentary in red ink on induction and statistical analysis, possibly in response to an article by Henry Kyburg on inductive logic that is paperclipped with it (ca. mid 1960s).
Paperback. From the collection of Adolf Grünbaum, Salmon's colleague and friend at the University of Pittsburgh. Very good collection from this important philosopher of science. Very Good. Item #H712