Sofia: BAS: ISSk (IPR) (2013)

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Vasil Penchev
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
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The book is a philosophical refection on the possibility of mathematical history. Are poosible models of historical phenomena so exact as those of physical ones? Mathematical models borrowed from quantum mechanics by the meditation of its interpretations are accomodated to history. The conjecture of many-variant history, alternative history, or counterfactual history is necessary for mathematical history. Conclusions about philosophy of history are inferred.
Keywords mathematical history  mathematical model  model and reality  historical process  historical choice  counterfactuality  interpretations od quantum mechanics  Hilbert space
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