## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 72N. Zanichelli, 1979 - Nuclear physics |

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A

or formulae) a,,...,a„ a new sentence f), and will be denoted by The

deduction of classical logic (CL) are particular examples of this definition.

A

**rule**of inference is any**rule**which allows us to derive from a set of sentences (or formulae) a,,...,a„ a new sentence f), and will be denoted by The

**rules**ofdeduction of classical logic (CL) are particular examples of this definition.

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The many-to-all

the form usually applied by empirical scientists to derive general laws. Let c,, cj, ...

represent a (possibly infinite) set of names for the individuals (cases) of a ...

The many-to-all

**rule**. - We will now restrict our discussion to those Ill's which havethe form usually applied by empirical scientists to derive general laws. Let c,, cj, ...

represent a (possibly infinite) set of names for the individuals (cases) of a ...

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In order to incorporate all formal commensurabilities which can be proved by

means of the calculus K into the

formulate the additional argument-

initial ...

In order to incorporate all formal commensurabilities which can be proved by

means of the calculus K into the

**rules**of the formal quantum dialog- game, weformulate the additional argument-

**rule**: A,(l) a) 0 is not allowed to attack theinitial ...

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E Amaldi Radioactivity a pragmatic pillar of probabilistic | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Final remarks | 21 |

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