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Quotation of the Minute
"It is important to recognize that, in maintaining that irreducibly random processes exist, contemporary physics does not propose that those processes are lawless or unordered. Instead, it is claimed that the fundamental laws of physics are probabilistic. A probabilistic law is a statement asserting that, in a particular type of situation, a particular type of outcome will occur with a particular probability." Philip Kitcher, Abusing Science (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1982), p. 87.