Leibniz, Mach and Barbour


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Conference on the Foundations of Physics, Harvey Brown (Oxford) gives a talk in the colloquium "Journeys in Platonia: Celebrating 50 Years Since The End of Time" at the 17th UK and European Meeting on the Foundations of Physics (29-31 July, 2013) titled "Leibniz, Mach and Barbour". Abstract: My comments will be concerned with the way that Leibniz's and Mach's thinking on the nature of space have influenced Julian Barbour's approach to the formulation of dynamical theories.

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