Readership: Scholars and advanced students of philosophy and physics.
Frank Arntzenius, Oxford University
Frank Arntzenius completed his undergraduate degree in physics at Groningen University, and his PhD in philosophy of physics at the London School of Economics. He has held positions at the University of Pittsburgh, Harvard, the University of Southern California, and Rutgers University. In 2007 he moved to Oxford, where he became the Sir Peter Strawson Fellow in Philosophy at University College, Oxford University.
"Despite its challenging subject matter, much of this book flows like an edited transcript of lectures." - Richard Healey, Metascience
1: It's just one damn thing after another
2: There goes the neighborhood . . .
3: The world according to quantum mechanics
5: Do space and time exist?
6: Gauge theories and fibre bundle spaces
7: Directions, hands, and charges
8: with Cian Dorr: Calculus as geometry