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Earman, J.
Earman, John
Earman, John S.
John Earman
John Earman (American philosopher)
John Earman (Amerikaans filosoof)
John Earman (amerikanischer Philosoph)
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1942-
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Butterfield, Jeremy
Butterfield, Jeremy (1954-...)
Conference on the foundations of space-time theories (09-05-1974 - 11-05-1974 : Minneapolis)
D. Reidel Publishing Company
Glymour, Clark
Glymour, Clark N.
Janssen, Michel (1953-....))
Janssen, Michel (1953-...)
Mitchell, Sandra D. (1951-)
Norton, John D. (1960-...)
Norton, John D. (1960-...))
Stachel, John J. (1928-....))
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attraction of gravitation new studies in the history of general relativity, The
attraction of gravitation, The : new studies in the history of general relativity
Bangs, crunches, whimpers, and shrieks : singularities and acausalities in relativistic spacetimes
Bayes or bust? : a critical examination of Bayesian confirmation theory
Ceteris paribus laws
Conf. on the Found. of Space-Time Theories, Minneapolis, Minn., 1974. Foundations ... c1977 (a.e.)
Essential self-adjointness : implications for determinism and the classical–quantum correspondence
Foundations of space-time theories
Fulling non-uniqueness and the Unruh effect: A primer on some aspects of quantum field theory*
Hume's abject failure : the argument against miracles
Inference, explanation, and other frustrations : essays in the philosophy of science
Laws, Symmetry, and Symmetry Breaking : Invariance, Conservation Principles, and Objectivity
Philosophical problems of the internal and external worlds : essays on the philosophy of Adolf Grünbaum
Philosophy of physics
primer on determinism, A
Relativistic Invariance and Modal Interpretations
Testing scientific theories, 1983:
Two Challenges to the Requirement of Substantive General Covariance
World enough and space-time : absolute versus relational theories of space and time
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