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The tribe purchased the 1,200 acre ranch near Big Sur as part of a $4.5m deal and will use it for educational and cultural purposes
Al WilsonIn the broader context this is largely symbolic, but a powerful symbol still. Instead of the land being split up and developed - "We are going to conserve it and pass it on to our children and grandchildren and beyond."
Talk given at the FraMEPhys Workshop on Grounding and the Laws of Nature, 4-5 June 2019 at the University of Birmingham
Al WilsonNice email in my inbox this morning - my paper "Counterpossible Dependence in Physics" has been accepted at @PhilSciJournal as part of the @PhilSciAssoc PSA2020 Proceedings. I talk through the paper here
Al Wilson@Philip_Goff@TheBJPS@petejvickers There's a book symposium on a recent book by Esfeld and Deckert which presents a very similar view of Bohmian QFT in this volume - my commentary and Caulton's might be relevant, plus authors' replies
Epistemic Rationality: Conceptions and Challenges. Conference, Barcelona, September 21-23, 2017. Alan Hajek (Australian National University): Staying Regular
Al Wilson@SylviaFysica@seanmcarroll@Caltech Will definitely take a look, thanks for the pointer! I haven't thought about this stuff since discussing it with Al Hájek a few years ago, in connection with his still unpublished 'Staying Regular' - which IIRC argues against the use of infinitesimals