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Stats Courses For Philosophers (guest post by Joshua Knobe)

The following is a guest post* by Joshua Knobe, professor of philosophy and psychology at Yale University. It first appeared at The Brains Blog, and follows up on post from a year ago by Knobe here at Daily Nous, “Formal Methods Training for Philosophy Graduate Students.” [Randall Munroe, xkcd] Stats Courses For Philosophersby Joshua Knobe Back when I was in graduate school, all students were required to take a course in logic. People had a vague understanding that there were Read more [...]