FraMEPhys

FraMEPhys – A Framework for Metaphysical Explanation in Physics – is a five year research project developing a new account of the contribution of metaphysics to how physics explains our world. It is supported by a European Research Council Starting Grant of €1.5m, and led by Dr Alastair Wilson of the Department of Philosophy.

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FraMEPhys Podcast: Matt Farr, "Do We Need to Explain Initial Conditions?"

FraMEPhys Podcast: Matt Farr, "Do We Need to Explain Initial Conditions?"
Description
In this podcast Matt Farr from the University of Cambridge outlines his 'C Theory' of time and explores what it might mean to explain the initial conditions of the universe.

FraMEPhys Podcast: Emily Adlam, "A Tale of Two Anachronisms"

FraMEPhys Podcast: Emily Adlam, "A Tale of Two Anachronisms"
Description
Podcast with Dr Emily Adlam from BCRP, Leipzig.

Metaphysics of Entanglement in Urbino

Metaphysics of Entanglement in Urbino
Description
On January 22 2019, Al Wilson was in Urbino, Italy to speak at a workshop on the metaphysics of entanglement – the 2021 case study for FraMEPhys.

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