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Time's arrow and Archimedes' point new directions for the physics of time
  • H. Price
  • Physics, Philosophy
  • 1 December 1997
The View from Nowhen More Apt to Be Lost than Got: The Lessons of the Second Law New light on The Arrow of Radiation Arrows and Error in Contemporary Cosmology Innocence and Symmetry in Microphysics
Past and future
Naturalism Without Mirrors
PREFACE 1. Moving the Mirror Aside 2. Metaphysical Pluralism 3. Semantic Minimalism and the Frege Point 4. Two Paths to Pragmatism 5. How to Stand Up for Noncognitivists 6. Naturalism and the fate of
Causal perspectivalism ∗
As objects go, foreigners are a pretty respectable bunch. They’re not figments of our collective imagination, or social constructions, or useful fictions. They’re not mind-dependent, and they don’t
Truth as Convenient Friction
‘The need to justify our beliefs to ourselves and our fellow agents subjects us to norms, and obedience to these norms produces a behavioural pattern that we must detect in others before confidently
Causation as a Secondary Quality
  • P. Menzies, H. Price
  • Sociology
    The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
  • 1 June 1993
In this paper we defend the view that the ordinary notions of cause and effect have a direct and essential connection with our ability to intervene in the world as agents.' This is a well-known but
A Neglected Route to Realism about Quantum Mechanics
  • H. Price
  • Philosophy, Physics
  • 17 June 1994
Bell's Theorem assumes that hidden variables are not influenced by future measurement settings. The assumption has sometimes been questioned, but the suggestion has been thought outlandish, even by
Expressivism, Pragmatism and Representationalism
Notes on the contributors Preface Part I. The Descartes Lectures 2008: 1. Naturalism without representationalism 2. Two expressivist programmes, two bifurcations 3. Pluralism, 'world' and the primacy