The inverse spaceship paradox

Synthese 178 (3):429 - 435 (2011)
In this article I propose what I call the inverse spaceship paradox. The article's interest lies in the fact that, contrary to what appears to be an implicit agreement in the literature on indeterminism, it shows that coming from infinity can be a perfectly predictable and therefore deterministic process in a classical universe
Keywords Infinity paradoxes  Indeterminism  Spaceship paradox
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DOI 10.2307/41477383
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