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Our Templeton-funded “New Agendas for the Study of Time: Connecting the Disciplines” has recently completed. We organised 5 international conferences (2 more than originally planned) and produced more than 50 time-related research papers, plus a few edited books.
The conference Free Will and Retrocausality in a Quantum World will take place at the Trinity College, University of Cambridge on July 1-4 2014. Details of the conference are provided here.
[pdf of this article] In a recent publication for the project (links: published version; preprint) Matt Farr (Centre for Time, Sydney) and Alexander Reutlinger (Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy) assess whether the time symmetry of physical theories excludes causation from … Continue reading
Videos of talks from the first conference of the project are now online. Our keynote speaker was Carlo Rovelli – his talk can be viewed here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tp1ENn4imp8&w=420&h=315