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The most plausible way to resist the idea that physics is complete, then, is to say that physical laws leave various possibilities open, and that the other phenomena have a role in influencing which of the physically possible outcomes eventuates. Part of the problem with this way of thinking – at least on the classical picture – is that there does not seem to be much room for physics to leave things ‘unsettled’. Recall that the laws are completely deterministic. So at least as far as movements of physical particles go, there simply are no alternative outcomes that were physically possible, but which did not eventuate because of the influence of some additional factor.

4 18 1 .. That is, the attractive force between any two massive objects is equal to the product of those masses, divided by the square of the spatial separation between them, and multiplied by the gravitational constant. Forces are related to movement by Newton’s second law, which states that: Force = Mass × Acceleration So if we know that an object is subject to a force of 6 units, and it has a mass of 2 units, then we can solve the equation to deduce that it is being accelerated by 3 units of acceleration.

It might be that the best identifiable advice about this matter is simply to divide your credence equally between the possibilities. 5. 13 For readers interested in further debates about how chance can be understood as an advice function, and the related debate about Lewis’s Principal Principle, I recommend Hall (2004) and Joyce (2007) as excellent entry points to the literature. 14 The stereotypical example of the view that science is non-normative is logical positivism. g. Ayer (1952: chap. 6), where Ayer asserts that ethical concepts are ‘pseudo-concepts’ (p.

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