Serious question: Obama sells Taiwan nearly $2b worth of military explosives, did he have to guess the mailing address because never talked?
— Comrade Balding (@BaldingsWorld) December 3, 2016
Causation and inference in epidemiology. Core paper.
Instrumentalism is the methodological view in Epistemology and Philosophy of Science, advanced by the American philosopher John Dewey, that concepts and theories are merely useful instruments, and their worth is measured not by whether the concepts and theories are true or false (Instrumentalism denies that theories are truth-evaluable), or whether they correctly depict reality, but by how effective they are in explaining and predicting phenomena. It maintains that the truth of an idea is determined by its success in the active solution of a problem, and that the value of an idea is determined by its function in human experience.
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