Quantum Molinism

European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 14 (3):167-194 (2022)
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In this paper we consider the possibility of a Quantum Molinism : such a view applies an analogue of the Molinistic account of free will‘s compatibility with God’s foreknowledge to God’s knowledge of (supposedly) indeterministic events at a quantum level. W e ask how (and why) a providential God could care for and know about a world with this kind of indeterminacy. We consider various formulations of such a Quantum Molinism, and after rejecting a number of options arrive at one seemingly coherent formulation.

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Thomas Harvey
University of Waikato
Frederick Kroon
University of Auckland
Cristian S. Calude
University of Auckland

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