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A TwoSided Ontological Solution to the Sleeping Beauty Problem
Preprint published on the PhilSci archive. I describe in this paper an ontological solution to the Sleeping Beauty problem. I begin with describing the hyperentanglement urn experiment. I restate first the Sleeping Beauty problem from a wider perspective than the … Continue reading
A Third Route to the Doomsday Argument
A paper published (2009) in English in the Journal of Philosophical Research, vol. 34, pages 263278 (with significant changes with regard to the preprint). In this paper, I present a solution to the Doomsday argument based on a third type of solution, by … Continue reading
Probabilistic Situations for Goodmanian Nuniverses
A paper appeared (2006) in French in the Journal of Philosophical Research, vol. 31, pages 123141, under the title “Situations probabilistes pour nunivers goodmaniens.” I proceed to describe several applications of the theory of nuniverses through several different probabilistic situations. I describe first how … Continue reading
The Doomsday Argument and Hempel’s Problem
Posprint in English (with additional illustrations from wikimedia commons) of a paper published in French in the Canadian Journal of Philosophy Vol.29, July 1999, pp. 13956 under the title “Comment l’Urne de Carter et Leslie se Déverse dans celle de Hempel”. I begin by … Continue reading
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Tagged analogy, analogy with an urn, Carl Gustav Hempel, Carl Hempel, contraposition, Doomsday argument, Hempel's problem, induction, John Leslie, négation, paradox Hempel, philosophical paradox, philosophical paradoxes, probability, raven paradox, ravens paradox, reference class, reference class problem, thought experiment
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