Science and People.

(Lancaster, Business Press), 1955. Royal8vo (285 x 210 mm). In the original yellow printed wrappers. Offprint from "Science, December 30, 1955, Vol. 122, No. 3185, pages 1255-1259). A very fine and clean copy. Seperately paginated. 5, pp.

Rare offprint issue of Weaver's speech when he was elected president for The American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Weaver is widely recognized as one of the pioneers of machine translation, and as an important figure in creating support for science in the United States.

Along with communication, Weaver's greatest personal research interest lay with the mathematical theory of probability. It was his belief that all scientists are deeply concerned with probability. For a vast range of cases in which it is entirely impossible for science to answer the question 'Is this statement true?' Probability theory does furnish the basis for judgment as to how likely it is that the statement is true.

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