Matt Farr
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Temporal experience, temporal passage and the cognitive sciences
S Baron, J Cusbert, M Farr, M Kon, K Miller
Philosophy Compass 10 (8), 560-571, 2015
262015
A relic of a bygone age? Causation, time symmetry and the directionality argument
M Farr, A Reutlinger
Erkenntnis 78, pp 215–235, 2013
182013
On A-and B-theoretic elements of branching spacetimes
M Farr
Synthese 188 (1), 85-116, 2012
122012
Towards a C theory of time: An appraisal of the physics and metaphysics of time direction
M Farr
University of Bristol, 2013
62013
Causation and Time Reversal
M Farr
British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 2018
52018
The C Theory of Time
M Farr
42017
Conventional Principles in Science: On the foundations and development of the relativized a priori
M Ivanova, M Farr
Studies in the History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 52, 111–113, 2015
22015
Pre-entanglement shows that individual quantum systems do not possess states
DJ Miller, M Farr
arXiv preprint arXiv:1405.2757, 2014
2*2014
Explaining Temporal Qualia
M Farr
European Journal for Philosophy of Science 10, 2020
12020
MATHIAS FRISCH Causal Reasoning in Physics
M Farr
The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 67 (4), 1207-1213, 2016
12016
Methods in Science and Metaphysics
M Farr, M Ivanova
The Routledge Handbook of Metametaphysics, 2020
2020
The ABC of Time
M Farr
Aeon, 2019
2019
Why the passage of time is not an illusion
M Farr
Talk at Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and the Mind Association, 2019
2019
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics
M Ivanova, M Farr
Pergamon 52 (B), 111-372, 2015
2015
Tim Maudlin, Philosophy of Physics: Space and Time
M Farr
Philosophy in Review 35 (4), 208-210, 2015
2015
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