Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Number of pages: 566
Weight: 1000 g
Dimensions: 236 x 163 x 40 mm
'A hefty explication setting out clear agendas for research into quantum foundations, explanations for the 'arrow of time' and other parts of this puzzle.' Nature
'Any serious intellectual rebellion is worth watching. This one is ambitious: it seeks to root out one of the oldest impulses in the western imagination.' The Spectator
'Is time, after all, real? Two mavericks take an axe to the established theories of cosmology.' The Guardian
'... an admirable restatement of cosmological ambition.' The Times Higher Education Supplement
'Anyone that wants to thoroughly deliberate over the question of cosmology should read this book.' Peter Eisenhardt, translated from Physik Journal
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