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Objects with ubiquity properties and interpretation of quantum entanglement

Preprint: In this article we describe the properties of objects that we shall call ubiquitous or with ubiquitous properties. Ubiquitous objects are such that they have the property of being simultaneously in several distinct spatial positions. Although these properties are … Continue reading

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A Solution to Goodman’s Paradox

English Posprint (with additional illustrations) of a paper published in French in Dialogue Vol. 40, Winter 2001, pp. 99-123 under the title “Une Solution pour le Paradoxe de Goodman”. In the classical version of Goodman’s paradox, the universe where the problem takes place is … Continue reading

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A Brief Introduction to N-universes

Preprint.  I present in this paper the basic elements of the n-universes, from an essentially pragmatic standpoint, i.e. by describing accurately the step-by-step process which leads to the modelling of a thought experiment.  

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Probabilistic Situations for Goodmanian N-universes

A paper appeared (2006) in French in the Journal of Philosophical Research, vol. 31, pages 123-141, under the title “Situations probabilistes pour n-univers goodmaniens.” I proceed to describe several applications of the theory of n-universes through several different probabilistic situations. I describe first how … Continue reading

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