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"Becoming" and the Asymmetries of Time
We consider the mind-dependence or independence of the "now," of "becoming," and of "time's arrow," by considering the various senses in which these notions might be mind-dependent or not. TheseExpand
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Objects and their attributes: A physicist's point of view
We treat some puzzling aspects of the notions of objects and attributes by presenting a mathematical model which exhibits these very same, seemingly perplexing, features.
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Mind, matter, and physicists
Some aspects of the problem of measurement in quantum theory are treated. We stress that the problem is both physical and conceptual, that the physical problem has been solved and the conceptual oneExpand
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The Causation Recipe
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Resurrecting the ravens
In a recent article, 'Laying the Ravens to Rest', J. L. Pollock [11] presents his solution to Hempel's [8-1 famous 'paradox' of confirmation. From the title, it is obvious that Pollock believes heExpand
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Copenhagenism and Popperism*
  • Y. Freundlich
  • Mathematics
  • The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
  • 1 June 1978
There seems to be an unbridgeable gap between rival interpretations of quantum mechanics. One school speaks of the quantum state vector (and hence of the associated probabilities) as a property ofExpand
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Operator densities, physical fields and dynamical rearrangement of symmetry
We present a greatly simplified method to determine the specific form of operator densities in terms of physical fields. Our method is based on the familiar fact that the matrix element of anExpand
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Two views of an objective quantum theory
Is the Copenhagen interpretation really a subjective one? What is the special role that observations play in quantum theory? Is there really something peculiar about the projection postulate? WhyExpand
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