Brent Meeker wrote:

> You would like this book by Vic Stenger:
>
> http://www.colorado.edu/philosophy/vstenger/nothing.html

Yes, I am aaware of his work.

> Vic defends the view that physical laws are based on point-of-view-invariance;
> that is a constraint we place on what we call a law.  As such, they are not
> really laws constraining nature, they are symmetries that are an absence of
> 'law' (i.e. structure).

Laws ultimately can only be a statement about how the world is (as
opposed
to how it is not). If they are statements about to the effect that the
world
is symmetrical, then the world is symmeerical not asymmetrical.


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