Niel de Beaudrap
Oxford, United Kingdom
Researcher in quantum information and counting complexity — involving algebras over finite dimensional Hilbert spaces, graphs and combinatorics, algebraic number fields, and vector spaces over ℤ/pℤ.
I habitually edit and re-edit anything I write, as long as I have the time, interest, and ability. I should probably apologize for this tendency, but you will probably have to be satisfied with being warned about it instead.
Is infinite regress of causation possible? Is infinite regress of causation necessary?
How can we reason about "if P then Q" or "P only if Q" statements in propositional logic?