Apocalypse Not Just Now

London Review of Books 21 (13):19-22 (1999)
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Mark Greenberg
University of California, Los Angeles
Abstract
John Leslie comes to tell us that the end of the world is closer than we think. His book is no ordinary millennial manifesto, however. Leslie is a sophisticated philosopher of science, and the source of his message is not divine revelation, apocalyptic fantasy or anxiety about the year-2000 computer problem, but ‘the Doomsday Argument’ – an a priori argument that seeks support in probability..
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