Quotation by Nelson Goodman

The problem of induction is not a problem of demonstration but a problem of defining the difference between valid and invalid
Nelson Goodman (1906), U.S. philosopher, art dealer. Fact, Fiction, & Forecast, p. 77 (1955).

Part of the author's general orientation that the business of philosophy is codification and not proof.
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