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Pantheism

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T. L. S. Sprigge Pantheism
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John Leslie A Neoplatonist’s Pantheism
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Mary Lenzi Platonic Polypsychic Pantheism
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Robert Oakes The Divine Infinity: Can Traditional Theists Justifiably Reject Pantheism?
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Grace M. Jantzen Feminism and Pantheism
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Lewis S. Ford Pantheism vs. Theism: A Re-appraisal
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Peter Forrest Pantheism and Science
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Graham Oppy Pantheism, Quantification and Mereology
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Tim Maudlin Descrying the World in the Wave Function
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Craig Callender, Robert Weingard Trouble in Paradise?: Problems for Bohm’s Theory
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Simon Saunders Naturalizing Metaphysics
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Jeffrey A. Barrett On Everett’s Formulation of Quantum Mechanics
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Everett wanted a formulation of quantum mechanics that (i) took the linear dynamics to be a complete and accurate description of the time-evolution of all physical systems and (ii) logically entailed the same subjective appearances predicted by the standard formulation of quantum mechanics. While most everyone would agree with this description of Everett’s project, there is little agreement on exactly how his relative-state formulation was supposed to work. In this paper, I consider two very different readings of Everett: the bare reading and the splitting-worlds reading. What distinguishes these is their interpretation of the wave function and how one accounts for the experiences of observers. The difficulty in interpreting Everett, however, is illustrated by the fact that neither reading is entirely compatible with his own description of his project.
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David Papineau Uncertain Decisions and the Many-Minds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
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Nick Huggett Identity, Quantum Mechanics and Common Sense
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Peter Forrest Common Sense and a “Wigner-Dirac” Approach to Quantum Mechanics
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Quentin Smith The Ontological Interpretation of the Wave Function of the Universe
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