Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Singularities and Black Holes" by Erik Curiel and Peter Bokulich

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  • Bokulich, P., 2005, “Does Black Hole Complementarity Answer Hawking's Information Loss Paradox?”, Philosophy of Science, 72: 1336-1349. (Scholar)
  • Chandrasekhar, S., 1983, The Mathematical Theory of Black Holes, Oxford: Oxford University Press (Scholar)
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  • Curiel, E., 1998, “The Analysis of Singular Spacetimes”, Philosophy of Science, 66: S119-S145 (Scholar)
  • Earman, J., 1995, Bangs, Crunches, Whimpers, and Shrieks: Singularities and Acausalities in Relativistic Spacetimes, New York: Oxford University Press (Scholar)
  • Earman, J., C. Glymour and J. Stachel, eds., 1977, Foundations of Space-Time Theories, Minnesota Studies in Philosophy of Science, vol.VIII, University of Minnesota: Minneapolis (Scholar)
  • Ellis, G. and B. Schmidt, 1977, “Singular Space-Times,” General Relativity and Gravitation, 8: 915-953 (Scholar)
  • Geroch, R., 1968, “What Is a Singularity in General Relativity?” Annals of Physics, 48: 526-40 (Scholar)
  • Geroch, R., 1968, “Local Characterization of Singularities in General Relativity”, Journal of Mathematical Physics, 9: 450-465 (Scholar)
  • Geroch, R., 1970, “Singularities”, in Relativity, eds. M. Carmeli, S. Fickler and L. Witten, New York: Plenum Press, pp. 259-291 (Scholar)
  • Geroch, R., 1971, remarks made at a colloquium in Princeton, as reported by, among others, Israel (1987, 263). (Scholar)
  • Geroch, R., 1977, “Prediction in General Relativity”, in Earman, J. and C. Glymour and J. Stachel, eds., Foundations of Spacetime Theories (Minnesota Studies in the Philosophy of Science, vol. 18, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1977), pp. 81-93 (Scholar)
  • Geroch, R., 1981, General Relativity from A to B, Chicago: University of Chicago Press (Scholar)
  • Geroch, R., 1985, Mathematical Physics, Chicago: University of Chicago Press (Scholar)
  • Geroch, R. and L. Can-bin and R. Wald, 1982, “Singular Boundaries of Space-times” Journal of Mathematical Physics, 23: 432-435 (Scholar)
  • Geroch, R. and E. Kronheimer and R. Penrose, 1972, “Ideal Points in Space-time” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (London), A327: 545-567 (Scholar)
  • Hawking, S., 1967, “The Occurrence of Singularities in Cosmology. III”, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (London), A300: 187-210 (Scholar)
  • Hawking, S. W., 1974, “Black Hole Explosions?”, Nature, 248: 30-31. (Scholar)
  • Hawking, S. W., 1975, “Particle Creation by Black Holes”, Communications in Mathematical Physics 43: 199-220. (Scholar)
  • Hawking, S. W., 1976, “The Breakdown of Predictability in Gravitational Collapse”, Physical Review D, 14: 2460-2473. (Scholar)
  • Hawking, S. W., 1982, “The Unpredictability of Quantum Gravity”, Communications in Mathematical Physics, 87: 395-415. (Scholar)
  • Hawking, S. and G. Ellis, 1973, The Large Scale Structure of Space-Time, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (Scholar)
  • Israel, W., 1987, “Dark Stars: The Evolution of an Idea,” in S. Hawking and W. Israel, eds., 300 Years of Gravitation, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 199-276. (Scholar)
  • Joshi, P., 1993, Global Aspects in Gravitation and Cosmology, Oxford: Clarendon Press. (Scholar)
  • Joshi, P., 2003, “Cosmic Censorship: A Current Perspective,” Modern Physics Letters A, 17: 1067-1079. (Scholar)
  • Kiem, Y., H. Verlinde, and E. Verlinde, 1995, “Black Hole Horizons and Complementarity.” Physical Review D, 52: 7053-7065. (Scholar)
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  • Lowe, D., J. Polchinski, L. Susskind, L. Thorlacius, and J. Uglum, 1995, “Black Hole Complementarity versus Locality”, Physical Review D, 52: 6997-7010. (Scholar)
  • Lowe, D. and L. Thorlacius, 1999, “AdS/CFT and the Information Paradox”, Physical Review D, 60: 104012-1 to 104012-7. (Scholar)
  • Michell, J., 1784, “On the Means of discovering the Distance, Magnitude, etc. of the Fixed Stars, in consequence of the Diminution of the velocity of their Light, in case such a Diminution should be found to take place in any of them, and such Data should be procurred from Observations, as would be farther necessary for that Purpose”, Philosophical Transactions, 74: 35-57. (Scholar)
  • Misner, C. and Thorne, K. and Wheeler, J., 1973, Gravitation, Freeman Press: San Francisco (Scholar)
  • Penrose, R., 1969, “Gravitational Collapse: The Role of General Relativity”, Revista del Nuovo Cimento, 1:272-276 (Scholar)
  • Rovelli, C., 1991, “What Is Observable in Classical and Quantum Gravity?,” Classical and Quantum Gravity, 8:297-316. (Scholar)
  • Rovelli, C., 2001, “A Note on the Foundation of Relativistic Mechanics. I: Relativistic Observables and Relativistic States,” available as arXiv:gr-qc/0111037v2. (Scholar)
  • Rovelli, C., 2002a, “GPS Observables in General Relativity,” Physical Review D, 65:044017. (Scholar)
  • Rovelli, C., 2002b, “Partial Observables,” Physical Review D, 65:124013. (Scholar)
  • Rovelli, C., 2004, Quantum Gravity, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. (Scholar)
  • Stephans, C. R., G. ‘t Hooft, and B. F. Whiting, 1994, “Black Hole Evaporation Without Information Loss”, Classical and Quantum Gravity, 11: 621-647. (Scholar)
  • Strominger, A. and C. Vafa, 1996, “Microscopic Origin of the Bekenstein-Hawking Entropy”, Physics Letters B, 379: 99-104. (Scholar)
  • Susskind, L., 1995, “The World as a Hologram.” Journal for Mathematical Physics, 36: 6377-6396. (Scholar)
  • Susskind, L., 1997, “Black Holes and the Information Paradox.” Scientific American, 272, 4, April: 52-57. (Scholar)
  • Susskind, L. and L. Thorlacius, 1994, “Gedanken Experiments Involving Black Holes”, Physical Review D, 49: 966-974. (Scholar)
  • Susskind, L., L. Thorlacius, and J. Uglum, 1993 “The Stretched Horizon and Black Hole Complementarity”, Physical Review D, 48: 3743-3761. (Scholar)
  • Susskind, L., and J. Uglum, 1996, “String Physics and Black Holes”, Nuclear Physics B (Proceedings Supplement), 45: 115-134. (Scholar)
  • 't Hooft, G., 1985, “On the Quantum Structure of a Black Hole”, Nuclear Physics B, 256: 727-745. (Scholar)
  • 't Hooft, G., 1996, “The Scattering Matrix Approach for the Quantum Black Hole: an Overview”, International Journal of Modern Physics A, 11: 4623-4688. (Scholar)
  • Thorlacius, L., 1995, “Black Hole Evolution”, Nuclear Physics B (Proceedings Supplement), 41: 245-275. (Scholar)
  • Thorne, K., 1995, Black Holes and Time Warps: Einstein's Outrageous Legacy, New York: W. W. Norton and Co. (Scholar)
  • Thorne, K., R. Price, and D. Macdonald, 1986, Black Holes: The Membrane Paradigm, New Haven: Yale University Press. (Scholar)
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  • Unruh, W. R. M. Wald, 1982, “Acceleration Radiation and the Generalized Second Law of Thermodynamics”, Physical Review D, 25: 942-958. (Scholar)
  • Unruh, W. R. M. Wald, 1995, “Evolution Laws Taking Pure States to Mixed States in Quantum Field Theory”, Physical Review D, 52: 2176-2182. (Scholar)
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  • Wald, R., 1992, Space, Time, and Gravity: The Theory of the Big Bang and Black Holes, second edition, Chicago: University of Chicago Press (Scholar)
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