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This book clearly explains ideas in logic and in statistics/probability courses I have taken, and includes several insights new to me. It contains several real world exercises and answers. For me it's hard to put down. Every minute spent going through it has been very much worth it.
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Ian MacDougall Hacking, born February 18, 1936, is a Canadian philosopher specializing in the philosophy of science.
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