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Time is generally thought to be one of the more mysterious ingredients of the universe. In this intriguing book, Paul Horwich makes precise and explicit the. Asymmetries in Time: Problems in the Philosophy of Science. Front Cover. Paul Horwich. MIT Press, QR code for Asymmetries in Time. Raymond Flood, Michael Lockwood, Paul Horwich, and Robert G. Sachs Niels Bohr’s Times, in Physics, Philosophy, and Polity. Abraham Pais, and Roger H.

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A Relic of a Bygone Age? Zimmerman – – Dialectica 59 4: In TruthHorwich presented a detailed defence of the minimalistic variant of the deflationary theory of truth. Science Logic and Mathematics. History of Western Philosophy. Request this item to view in the Library’s reading rooms using your library card. Horwich earned his PhD from Cornell Universitywhere his thesis advisor was Richard Boyd title of the doctoral thesis: January Learn how and when to remove this template message.

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He is opposed asymmettries appealing to reference and truth to explicate meaning, and so has defended a naturalistic use theory of meaning in his book Meaning. No keywords specified fix it. In the context of philosophical speculations about time travelHorwich coined the term autofanticide for a variant of the grandfather paradoxin which a person goes back in time and deliberately or inadvertently kills his or her infant self.

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