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    William Eckhardt (2006). Causal Time Asymmetry. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B 37 (3):439-466.
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    William Eckhardt (1993). Probability Theory and the Doomsday Argument. Mind 102 (407):483-488.
    John Leslie has published an argument that our own birth rank among all who have lived can be used to make inferences about all who will ever live, and hence about the expected survival time for the human race. It is found to be shorter than usually supposed. The assumptions underpinning the argument are criticized, especially the unwarranted one that the argument's sampling is equiprobable from among all who ever live. A mathematical derivation shows that Leslie's argument is correct only (...)
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    William Eckhardt (1997). A Shooting-Room View of Doomsday. Journal of Philosophy 94 (5):244-259.
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  4. William Eckhardt (2006). Causal Time Asymmetry. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 37 (3):439-466.
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