Items where Author is "Atkinson, David"
Group by: Item Type | No Grouping Jump to: Preprint | Published Article or Volume Number of items: 17. PreprintAtkinson, David and Peijnenburg, Jeanne (2017) When Are Two Witnesses Better Than One? [Preprint] Atkinson, David and Peijnenburg, Jeanne (2013) A Consistent Set of Infinite-Order Probabilities. [Preprint] Peijnenburg, Jeanne and Atkinson, David (2011) AN ENDLESS HIERARCHY OF PROBABILITIES. [Preprint] Atkinson, David and Peijnenburg, Jeanne (2011) Fractal Patterns in Reasoning. [Preprint] Atkinson, David and Peijnenburg, Jeanne (2011) Pluralism in Probabilistic Justification. [Preprint] Atkinson, David and Peijnenburg, Jeanne and Kuipers, Theo (2007) How to Confirm the Disconfirmed. On conjunction fallacies and robust confirmation. [Preprint] Atkinson, David and Peijnenburg, Jeanne (2007) Reichenbach's Posits Reposited. [Preprint] Atkinson, David (2006) A Relativistic Zeno Effect. [Preprint] Atkinson, David (2006) Losing energy in classical, relativistic and quantum mechanics. [Preprint] Atkinson, David (2005) Does Quantum Electrodynamics Have an Arrow of Time? [Preprint] Atkinson, David and Peijnenburg, Jeanne (2005) Probability without certainty Foundationalism and the Lewis-Reichenbach debate. [Preprint] Atkinson, David and Peijnenburg, Jeanne (2005) Probability All The Way Up (Or No Probability At All). [Preprint] Atkinson, David (2001) Experiments and Thought Experiments in Natural Science. [Preprint] Published Article or VolumeAtkinson, David and Johnson, Porter (2010) Nonconservation of Energy and Loss of Determinism. II. Colliding with an open set. Foundations of Physics, 40. pp. 179-189. Atkinson, David and Peijnenburg, Jeanne (2010) The Solvability of Probabilistic Regresses. A Reply to Frederik Herzberg. Studia Logica, 94. Atkinson, David and Johnson, Porter (2009) Nonconservation of Energy and Loss of Determinism. I. Infinitely many colliding balls. Foundations of Physics, 39. pp. 937-957. Atkinson, David and Peijnenburg, Jeanne (2008) Probabilistic Justification and the Regress Problem. Studia Logica, 89 (3). pp. 333-341. |