Marc Lange
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Marc Lange is Professor of Philosophy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His main research interests lie in the philosophy of science and related regions of metaphysics and epistemology. His degrees are from Princeton and Pittsburgh. His books include Natural Laws in Scientific Practice (Oxford, 2000), which concerns the role that laws of nature play in scientific thinking, and An Introduction to the Philosophy of Physics: Locality, Fields, Energy, and Mass (Blackwell, 2002), which is intended to be an accessible introduction to various questions about the metaphysics of physics (especially questions arising in connection with classical electromagnetism).

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The Paradox of the Ravens

In this video, Marc Lange (UNC) introduces the paradox of confirmation, one that arises from instance confirmation, the equivalence condition, and common inference rules of logic.

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