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Bayes, God, and the multiverse

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The chapter begins by summarizing how the structure of an argument from the fine-tuning of a single universe to the existence of God can be expressed in terms of Bayes’ theorem. There could however be scientific evidence in favour of the existence of a multiverse. Insofar as the theory of such a multiverse is simpler than that of a single universe, and that theory makes good predictions, it would make it more probable that there will be a fine-tuned universe, and so — it might seem — would di...

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Accepted Manuscript

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University of Oxford
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Oxford

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Publisher:
Oxford University Press Publisher's website
Pages:
103-126
Host title:
Probability in the Philosophy of Religion
Publication date:
2012
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uuid:1700c096-9e8b-493b-97b4-ee359aceef21
Source identifiers:
617750
Local pid:
pubs:617750
ISBN:
9780199604760

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