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    • On Dualities and Equivalences Between Physical Theories 

      Butterfield, Jeremy Nicholas (2018-06-02)
      The main aim of this paper is to make a remark about the relation between (i) dualities between theories, as `duality' is understood in physics and (ii) equivalence of theories, as `equivalence' is understood in logic and ...
    • CANTORIAN SET THEORY 

      Oliver, Alexander; SMILEY, TIMOTHY (Cambridge University Press, 2018-12)
      Almost all set theorists pay at least lip service to Cantor’s definition of a set as a collection of many things into one whole; but empty and singleton sets do not fit with it. Adapting Dana Scott’s axiomatization of the ...
    • Decision-Theoretic Pluralism 

      Bales, Adam (OUP, 2018-10-01)
      A prominent philosophical debate concerns whether we should accept causal decision theory (CDT) or evidential decision theory (EDT) as our best theory of rational choice. However, instead of accepting one of these theories ...
    • AI and Data-driven Targeting 

      Vold, Karina Vergobbi; Whittlestone, Jess; Bahanda, Anunya; Cave, Stephen (2018-06)
      Thinkpiece on 'AI and Data-driven Targeting' for the UK Government's Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation