A Model of the Universe: Space-Time, Probability, and Decision

Paperback | February 1, 1994

byStorrs McCall

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Storrs McCall presents an original philosophical theory of the nature of the universe based on a striking new model of its space-time structure. He shows how his model illuminates a broad range of subjects, including causation, probability, quantum mechanics, identity, and free will, andargues that the fact that the model throws light on such a large number of problems constitutes strong evidence that the universe is as the model portrays it.

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Storrs McCall presents an original philosophical theory of the nature of the universe based on a striking new model of its space- time structure. He shows how his model illuminates a broad range of subjects, including causation, probability, quantum mechanics, identity, and free will, and argues that the fact that the model throws ligh...

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Storrs McCall presents an original philosophical theory of the nature of the universe based on a striking new model of its space-time structure. He shows how his model illuminates a broad range of subjects, including causation, probability, quantum mechanics, identity, and free will, andargues that the fact that the model throws light ...

Storrs McCall, Associate Professor of Philosophy, McGill University.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:338 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.01 inPublished:February 1, 1994Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198236220

ISBN - 13:9780198236221

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Storrs McCall presents an original philosophical theory of the nature of the universe based on a striking new model of its space- time structure. He shows how his model illuminates a broad range of subjects, including causation, probability, quantum mechanics, identity, and free will, and argues that the fact that the model throws light on such a large number of problems constitutes strong evidence that the universe is as the model portrays it.

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`Storrs McCall's book offers the best current theory of the objective flow of time.' Graham Nerlich, Australasian Journal of Philosophy