On Space-Time Singularities, Holes, and Extensions

Philosophy of Science 81 (5):1066-1076 (2014)
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Here, we clarify the relationship among three space-time conditions of interest: geodesic completeness, hole-freeness, and inextendibility. In addition, we introduce a related fourth condition: effective completeness.

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