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What is normative inference? How should it be defined?
In the scientonomic context, this term was first used by Kye Palider in 2019.
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|Normative Inference (Palider-2019)||An agent takes theory A to normatively infer theory B iff the agent accepts A, accepts that A→B, and accepts (ε, A, A→B) →ε (Should accept B).||2019|
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|Modification||Community||Date Suggested||Summary||Verdict||Verdict Rationale||Date Assessed|
|Sciento-2019-0010||Scientonomy||23 December 2019||Accept the new definitions of sufficient reason, reason, support, and normative inference.||Open|
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