Einstein, Relativity and Absolute Simultaneity
William Lane Craig, Quentin Smith
Taylor & Francis, Nov 8, 2007 - Philosophy - 302 pages
Einstein, Relativity and Absolute Simultaneity is an anthology of original essays by an international team of leading philosophers and physicists who have come together to reassess the contemporary paradigm of the relativistic concept of time. A great deal has changed since 1905 when Einstein proposed his Special Theory of Relativity, and this book offers a fresh reassessment of Special Relativity’s relativistic concept of time in terms of epistemology, metaphysics, and physics.
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Review: Einstein, Relativity and Absolute Simultaneity (Routledge Studies in Contemporary Philosophy)User Review - Chris - Goodreads
I started this book and managed to finish the first chapter. I then decided that the rest of the book would be way over my head. So it's back on the shelf, awaiting a slightly older and wiser reader. Not sure when that reader will come, if ever.... Read full review