|the theory to be developed in the following pages stands directly opposed to all attempts to operate with the ideas of inductive logic||It is neither a psychological fact, nor a fact of ordinary life, nor one of scientific procedure|
|the question of the sources of our knowledge by the entirely different question: 'How can we hope to detect and eliminate error? Vickers, John, , The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Fall 2011 Edition , Edward N|| Logic of Scientific Discovery, section 43|
This story is found in Alan Chalmers, What is this thing Called Science, Open University Press, Milton Keynes, 1982, p.
|inference based on many observations, is a myth|