13056 | Statistical explanation needs relevance, not high probability [Salmon] |
13057 | Think of probabilities in terms of propensities rather than frequencies [Salmon] |
13060 | Can events whose probabilities are low be explained? [Salmon] |
16274 | If the well-ordering of a pack of cards was by shuffling, the explanation would make it more surprising [Lewis] |
16840 | To maximise probability, don't go beyond your data [Lipton] |
6760 | An operation might reduce the probability of death, yet explain a death [Bird] |
6756 | Probabilistic-statistical explanations don't entail the explanandum, but makes it more likely [Bird] |