2 edition of Persistence and spacetime found in the catalog.
Persistence and spacetime
Includes bibliographical references (p. -225) and index.
|Other titles||Persistence & spacetime|
|LC Classifications||BD632 .B35 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 233 p. :|
|Number of Pages||233|
|LC Control Number||2009943746|
Part of the Philosophical Studies Series book series (PSSP, volume ) Abstract. The second chapter details the philosophical puzzle of persistence which was developed in the first chapter: I present the standard “answers” to the puzzle and discuss versions of 3-dimensionalism as well as worm theory and stage theory as example cases of 4. The Development of Persistent Criminality addresses one of the most pressing problems of modern criminology: Why do some individuals become chronic, persistent offenders? Because chronic offenders are responsible for the majority of serious crimes committed, understanding which individuals will become chronic offenders is an important step in helping us develop .
The only required book for the course is General Relativity from A to B, by R. Geroch, available used at most online booksellers (e.g., Amazon). Most of the required and suggested readings (), Space, Time and Spacetime: ch. iii, §B.2 & §C Stein (a), \On Space-Time Ontology: Extracts of a Letter to Adolf Grun baum". 60 Persistence and Multilocation in Spacetime and wholes.1 It has also become an issue in a theory of location.2 These two top- ics continue to drive the debate, especially when it comes to situating the rival accounts of persistence in the “eternalist” spacetime framework.
Google books; Markosian, N. () "A defense of presentism", pages in Zimmerman, D.W. editor, Oxford Studies in Metaphysics, Volume 1, Oxford University Press. Google books; Muis, R. () Review of Four-dimensionalism: an ontology of persistence and time by Theodore Sider, Ars Disputandi 5. all the events of constant time tcompose a 3-dimensional Euclidean space. The spacetime is topologically equivalent to R4 and admits a universal coordinate system (t;x 1;x2;x 3). Causal structure Given an event p occurring at time t p, the spacetime can be decomposed into the fol-lowing sets: Future of p: Set of all events for which t>t p.
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Persistence and Spacetime is a wonderful example of how metaphysics and physics can combine forces to teach us the nature of spacetime and its denizens."--Ted Sider, Cornell University "Balashov offers a powerful and sophisticated set of arguments from relativistic physics to a four-dimensionalist metaphysics of persisting objects.
The book is Cited by: : Persistence and Spacetime (): Balashov, Yuri: Books. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. Books. Go Search Hello Select your address. Persistence and Spacetime is a wonderful example of how metaphysics and physics can combine forces to teach us the nature of spacetime and its denizens.\'Theodore Sider.
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Persistence and Spacetime Yuri Balashov. A powerful new study of how objects exist in time and space; Explores the interface between physics and metaphysics; Features a large number of helpful diagrams to illustrate the arguments.
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Springer. Author: Yuri Balashov. Book Review Persistence and Spacetime Yuri Balashov Oxford University Press, Oxford, Lorenzo Del Savio* [email protected] Yuri Balashov‟s Persistence and Spacetime addresses a traditional issue concerning the persistence of material objects over time.
Yet the approach is far from traditional. It begins by stating major rival views of persistence-endurance, perdurance, and exdurance-in a spacetime framework and proceeds to investigate the. Persistence and Spacetime pursues this empirically based approach to the questions. Yuri Balashov begins by setting out major rival views of persistence -- endurance, perdurance, and exdurance -- in a spacetime framework and proceeds to investigate the implications of Einstein's theory of relativity for the debate about persistence.
Abstract. Under the eternalist hypothesis that objects or events exist temporally, but independently of being present two different views of persistence are on the market: Persisting objects endure if they are multiply located in (space-)time, and persisting objects perdure if they are singly located by having numerically different temporal parts.
In the framework of the. According to ‘four‐dimensionalism’, temporally extended things are composed of temporal parts. Most four‐dimensionalists identify ordinary continuants—the persisting objects ordinary language quantifies over and names—with aggregates of temporal parts (‘space‐time worms’), but an attractive alternate version of four‐dimensionalism identifies ordinary continuants with.
Persistence and Spacetime. Published: Septem Balashov's book is, in the end, a very useful and engaging contribution to the literature on persistence. The whole book amply repays the effort the reader invests in thinking through the issues it deals with, and, though I've claimed some of the arguments are flawed, they are never.
The problem of persistence has become, in the first place, a problem in mereology, a general theory of parts and wholes. 1 It has also become an issue in a theory of location. 2 These two topics continue to drive the debate, especially when it comes to situating the rival accounts of persistence in the “eternalist” spacetime framework.
Persistence and Spacetime pursues this empirically based approach to the questions. Yuri Balashov begins by setting out major rival views of persistence — endurance, perdurance, and exdurance — in a spacetime framework and proceeds to investigate the implications of Einstein's theory of relativity for the debate about : OUP Oxford.
Read the latest chapters of Philosophy and Foundations of Physics atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature. For philosophers, spacetime is intertwined with issues of persistence, determinism, and more.
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The book explores this decidedly positive tendency. It begins by stating major rival views of persistence—endurance, perdurance, and exdurance—in a spacetime framework and proceeds to investigate the implications of Einstein's theory of relativity for the debate about persistence.
Philosophy Compass, The book starts with four papers that discuss the ontological status of spacetime and the processes occurring in it from a point of view that is first of all conceptual and philosophical.
The focus then slightly shifts in the five papers that follow, to considerations more directly involving technical considerations from relativity theory.
Spacetime Physics: Edwin F. Taylor, John Archibald Wheeler: : Books highly recommended. Why. You only need basic math to read it. It goes deep into the basic concepts. John A. Wheeler was the mentor of the great Richard Fe.
For instance, the book excels in the explanations of how mass and gravity distort spacetime as well as how gravity can bend light if photons pass close enough to a massive body like our own Sun.
Family Dinner Book Club is a way for families to connect around a children's book, a great meal, and engaging activities and with my co-hosts, Jodie from Growing Book by Book and Sarah from Chef Sarah Elizabeth, we have everything you need to plan your total book club experience.The generic framework of Chapter 2 is used to formulate the rival views of persistence in classical (Galilean) spacetime, followed by a brief analysis of available regional modification schemes and a statement of achronal universalism.
The remainder of the chapter is focused on the argument from vagueness to four‐dimensionalism, due to Lewis and Sider. The chapter .