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    Nietzsche for Physicists.Juliano C. S. Neves - 2019 - Philosophia Scientae 23:185-201.
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    Nietzsche for Physicists.Juliano C. S. Neves - 2019 - Philosophia Scientiæ. Travaux d'Histoire Et de Philosophie des Sciences 23:185-201.
    L’un des philosophes les plus importants de l’histoire, Friedrich Nietzsche, est presque ignoré par les physiciens. L’auteur qui a déclaré la mort de Dieu au xixe siècle était enthousiasmé par la science, principalement durant la deuxième partie de son œuvre. À l’aide de la notion physique de force, Nietzsche a créé son concept de volonté de puissance. En pensant à la conservation de l’énergie, le philosophe allemand a eu une certaine inspiration pour créer son concept de l’éternel retour. Dans cet (...)
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    Infinities as Natural Places.Juliano C. S. Neves - 2019 - Foundations of Science 24 (1):39-49.
    It is shown that a notion of natural place is possible within modern physics. For Aristotle, the elements—the primary components of the world—follow to their natural places in the absence of forces. On the other hand, in general relativity, the so-called Carter–Penrose diagrams offer a notion of end for objects along the geodesics. Then, the notion of natural place in Aristotelian physics has an analog in the notion of conformal infinities in general relativity.
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    Proposal for a Degree of Scientificity in Cosmology.Juliano C. S. Neves - forthcoming - Foundations of Science:1-22.
    In spite of successful tests, the standard cosmological model, the \CDM model, possesses the most problematic concept: the initial singularity, also known as the big bang. In this paper—by adopting the Kantian difference between to think of an object and to cognize an object—it is proposed a degree of scientificity using fuzzy sets. Thus, the notion of initial singularity will not be conceived of as a scientific issue because it does not belong to the fuzzy set of what is known. (...)
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