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  • Epistemology and the Wikipedia 

    Magnus, P.D. (2006-08)
    Wikipedia is a free encyclopedia that is written and edited entirely by visitors to its website. I argue that we are misled when we think of it in the same epistemic category with traditional general encyclopedias. An ...
  • Fibs in the Wikipedia 

    Magnus, P.D. (2008-02-03)
  • forall x, version 1.11 

    Magnus, P.D. (2006-01-24)
    In formal logic, sentences and arguments in English are translated into mathematical languages with well-defined properties. If all goes well, properties of the argument that were hard to discern become clearer. This book ...
  • forall x, version 1.20 

    Magnus, P.D. (2006-07-10)
    In formal logic, sentences and arguments in English are translated into mathematical languages with well-defined properties. If all goes well, properties of the argument that were hard to discern become clearer. This book ...
  • forall x, version 1.21 

    Magnus, P.D. (2007-01-13)
    In formal logic, sentences and arguments in English are translated into mathematical languages with well-defined properties. If all goes well, properties of the argument that were hard to discern become clearer. This book ...
  • forall x, version 1.22 

    Magnus, P.D. (2007-03-31)
    In formal logic, sentences and arguments in English are translated into mathematical languages with well-defined properties. If all goes well, properties of the argument that were hard to discern become clearer. This book ...
  • forall x, version 1.23 

    Magnus, P.D. (2007-05-12)
    In formal logic, sentences and arguments in English are translated into mathematical languages with well-defined properties. If all goes well, properties of the argument that were hard to discern become clearer. This book ...
  • forall x, version 1.24 

    Magnus, P.D. (2008-01-09)
    This is a textbook covering translation, formal semantics, and proof theory for both sentential logic and quantified logic. Each chapter contains practice exercises; solutions to selected exercises appear in an appendix.
  • forall x, version 1.27 

    Magnus, P.D. (2009-06-05)
    This is a textbook covering translation, formal semantics, and proof theory for both sentential logic and quantified logic. Each chapter contains practice exercises; solutions to selected exercises appear in an appendix.
  • forall x, version 1.28 

    Magnus, P.D. (2010-05-20)
    This is a textbook covering translation, formal semantics, and proof theory for both sentential logic and quantified logic. Each chapter contains practice exercises; solutions to selected exercises appear in an appendix.
  • forall x, version 1.29 

    Magnus, P.D. (2012-01-06)
    In formal logic, sentences and arguments in English are translated into mathematical languages with well-defined properties. If all goes well, properties of the argument that were hard to discern become clearer. This book ...
  • Regarding scientific significance 

    Magnus, P.D. (2010-09-17)
    In Science, Truth, and Democracy, Philip Kitcher introduces significance graphs (structures that illustrate how and which questions are significant) and well ordered science (a norm defined by an imagined process of ideal ...
  • Reliability on the Crowded Net: Finding the Truth in a Web of Deceit 

    Magnus, P.D. (MacHack: the Conference for Leading Edge Developers, 2001)
    On-line, just as off-line, there are ways of assessing the credibility of information sources. The Internet, although it arguably makes for nothing wholly new in this regard, complicates the ordinary task of assessing ...
  • Underdetermination and the Claims of Science 

    Magnus, P.D. (2003-03)
    The underdetermination of theory by evidence is supposed to be a reason to rethink science. It is not. Many authors claim that underdetermination has momentous consequences for the status of scientific claims, but such ...