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Orly Shenker
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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This paper argues that the idea of a Maxwellian Demon presupposes a notion of non-physical free will. The author has changed her mind in this point later on and now thinks that Mawellian Demons are compatible with mechanics; see her paper on this from 2010 and book from 2012.
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DOI 10.1016/s1355-2198(99)00014-3
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