Logic and probability, which happen to share historical origins,
are asked nowadays to solve new problems such as reasoning under
uncertainty, or with incomplete information or imprecisely
formulated statements. The paper surveys how both fields have striven
to solve them and how a common formalism, already suggested by
Kolmogorov and Popper, may be what both disciplines lack to become
a general theory of rationality.
CitationSales, T. "Logic as general rationality: a survey". 1996.
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