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What are the real chances that:
Larry Laudan takes a fresh look at the risks and odds we all face every day. This time out, the author of the popular Book of Risks has compiled an astonishing assortment of surprising statistics—and sometimes startling truths—about the way things really are. It's a delightful excursion into the intriguing realm of chance and probability, with plenty of wry wit and laughs along the way. From the lethal to the absurd, the odds are you'll love it! Find out:
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True or false: We live in especially risky times. Not so, says this delightful, statistics-packed volume that calculates the exact probability of everything from your chance of going bankrupt to getting divorced. The author of the lauded "The Book of Risks" also takes on the Politically Correct Risk and explores why, sometimes, ignorance really is bliss. Filled with fascinating charts, graphs and sidebars that prove its controversial but undeniable facts and logic.About the Author:
LARRY LAUDAN, Ph.D. , is a professor of philosophy at the University of Hawaii. An expert in the logic of scientific inference, he has taught at the Universities of London, Pittsburgh, and Illinois. He is the author of four scholarly books as well as The Book of Risks (also published by Wiley).
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Book Description Wiley, 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110471134406
Book Description Wiley, 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory # DADAX0471134406