Robert Doyle

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In existographies, Robert Doyle (19- BE) (1936- ACM) (CR:19), aka “Bob Doyle”, is an American physicist and information theory philosopher, noted for []

Overview

In 2003, Doyle launched his site InformationPhilosopher.com, in which he extols on his second law stylized “information philosophy” and writes encyclopedia style articles on biographies (existographies) related to the subject matter in question.[1] The gist of Doyle's effort, in short, seems to be to "information" as an ontic opening, mixed with quantum mechanics, to argue about free will and god reformulated as "continually created information", or something to this effect.

In 2020, Doyle did an annotated review of Libb Thims “Thermodynamics ≠ Information Theory: Science’s Greatest Sokal Affair” (2012).[2]

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References

  1. Home – InformationPhilosopher.com.
  2. Thims, Libb. (2012). “Thermodynamics ≠ Information Theory: Science’s Greatest Sokal Affair” (pdf) (annotated review: pdf, by Robert Doyle, 2020), Journal of Human Thermodynamics (Ѻ), 8(1): 1-120, Dec 19.

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