The many-worlds hypothesis as an explanation of cosmic fine-tuning

Faith and Philosophy 22 (5):654-666 (2005)
The most common objection to fine tuning arguments for theism is that there are, or might be, multiple universes among which the fundamental physicalconstants and parameters vary. This essays describes the two main variants of this objection and argues that they both fail
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DOI 10.5840/faithphil200522526
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