Evidence (disambiguation)


Evidence (disambiguation)

Evidence may refer to:

*Evidence, a scientific and philosophical concept
*Evidence (law), which governs testimony and exhibits presented in a case
*"Evidence" (short story) (1946), a short story by Isaac Asimov
*Evidence (artist), Rapper/Producer, member of hip hop group Dilated Peoples
*"Evidence", a Faith No More song
*Evidence (Tara MacLean song)
*Evidence (Everlife song)
*"Evidence", a song from Marilyn Manson's "Eat Me, Drink Me" (2007)
*"Evidence (Monk)" (1948), by Thelonious Monk
*"The Evidence" (TV series), a police procedural television show

ee also

*Cover-up (concealment of evidence)
*Evidence-based medicine
*Evidentialism, a philosophical theory of justification
*Evidentiality, a grammatical device in some languages
*Mathematical proof
*Self-evidence
*Scientific evidence
*Dempster-Shafer theory of evidence
*Marginal likelihood, in Bayesian probability theory


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