Probabilities in Physics
Many results of modern physics--those of quantum mechanics, for instance--come in a probabilistic guise. But what do probabilistic statements in physics mean? Are probabilities matters of objective fact and part of the furniture of the world, as objectivists think? Or do they only express ignorance or belief, as Bayesians suggest? And how are probabilistic hypotheses justi...more
Hardcover, 437 pages
Published December 15th 2011 by Oxford University Press, USA
(first published September 15th 2011)
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