@inbook{10.3138/9781442684799.4,
ISBN = {9780802095176},
URL = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.3138/9781442684799.4},
abstract = {In the genesis of Greek philosophy three stages have been distinguished, the poetical, the dialectic, and the expository.² If this may be taken as representative of the natural development of thought on any subject, it would seem that mathematical inference cannot be considered to have yet reached exposition,³ for we find a singularly complete disagreement on the question between Fr Joyce and Fr Coffey.⁴ Examination and discussion of the data, therefore – a work which a tyro may undertake with benefit to himself and no harm to others – happens to be profitable at present; and this is my apology for venturing},
booktitle = {Shorter Papers},
pages = {3--12},
publisher = {University of Toronto Press},
title = {The Form of Mathematical Inference},
volume = {20},
year = {2007}
}