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I also had mixed feelings about this book. Read my review at
http://www.chrismaloney.com/hobbies/books/for.html if you're
Higgo James wrote:
> Yes, and Deutsch also talks baloney about omega point, but his explanation
> of 'time, the first quantum concept' is crystal. I've ordered modal logic,
> but I'm not looking forward to receiving it.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Marchal [SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> > Sent: Friday, March 05, 1999 1:41 PM
> > To: Russell Standish
> > Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > Subject: Re: Summary
> > >Fair enough. Modal logic is where I lost you in your thesis -
> > >hopefully I will time to read your suggested introductory book on it.
> > Nice.
> > >I would add Deutsch's Foundations of Reality. It has some particularly
> > >pertinent comments on Solipsism and on the Free Will vs Determinism
> > issue.
> > You mean his "Fabric of Reality". I like it very much. I agree
> > with him when he explains that the two slit experiment with
> > individual photon is an almost direct evidence for multiple worlds.
> > I appreciate also the interpretation of Popper.
> > However, I deeply disagree with what he says about Church's thesis.
> > More on this later, without doubt.
> > Bruno.
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