The Simulated Universe

Philosophy Now 75 (75):28-30 (2009)
Abstract
This article explores the Simulated Universe argument with particular reference to Nick Bostrom’s formulation. After providing an exposition of the argument, I address two problems and conclude that we reject the possibility that we exist in a simulation.
Keywords Applied Philosophy  Contemporary Philosophy  General Interest
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ISBN(s) 0961-5970
DOI philnow200975102
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