OLM 2.1. The state of the lion, and forecasting its behaviour

 

When applying a theory to a certain specific object the problem of providing more reliable predictions and reducing the inherent contingencies is always pertinent. What can we do if the state of the system studied cannot be specified at a level necessary for making deterministic predictions? The fable of the hungry lion that follows is an example to this problem.      

 

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