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The Concept of Probability in Statistical Physics
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Foundational issues in statistical mechanics and the more general question of

how probability is to be understood in the context of physical theories are both

areas that have been neglected by philosophers of physics. This book fills an

important gap in the literature by providing the most systematic study to date

of how to interpret probabilistic assertions in the context of statistical

mechanics. The book will be of particular interest to philosophers of science,

physicists and mathematicians interested in foundational issues, and also to

historians of science.

Table Of Contents

Introduction;

The Neo-Laplacian approach to statistical mechanics;

Subjectivism and the Ergodic approach;

The Haar measure;

Measure and topology in statistical mechanics;

Three solutions;

Appendix I: mathematical preliminaries;

Appendix II: on the foundations of probability;

Appendix III: probability in non-equilibrium statistical mechanics;

Author index;

Subject index.

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* ISBN: 0521042178
* ISBN-13: 9780521042178
* Format: Paperback, 279pp
* Publisher: Cambridge University Press
* Pub. Date: October 2007
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