Oxford University Press (2007)

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Richard Andrew Healey
University of Arizona
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This is a prize-winning study of an area of physics not previously explored by philosophy: gauge theory. Gauge theories have provided our most successful representations of the fundamental forces of nature. But how do such representations work? Healey defends an original answer to this question.
Keywords Philosophy of Physics  Metaphysics
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