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dr.ir. Marcoen J.T.F. Cabbolet
Free University of Brussels
Department of Philosophy
Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science
Pleinlaan 2
B-1050 Brussel - Belgium
Email: Marcoen.Cabbolet@vub.be
Research Output
preprints:
journal papers:
- Hyperreal delta functions as a new general tool for modeling physical states with infinitely high densities, Axioms 10(4): 244 (2021)
- A Finitely Axiomatized Non-Classical First-Order Theory Incorporating Category Theory and Axiomatic Set Theory, Axioms 10(2): 119 (2021)
- A category mistake in observational claims regarding ultrashort-lived unstable particles, Mod. Phys. Lett. A 33(38): 1850227 (2018)
- The Least Interesting Unit: A New Concept for Enhancing One’s Academic Career Opportunities, Sci. Eng. Ethics 22(6): 1837-1841 (2016)
- Corrigendum to the Elementary Process Theory, Ann. Phys. 528: 626-627 (2016)
- The importance of developing a foundation for naive category theory, Thought 4(4): 237-242 (2015)
- (with H.C.M. de Swart) Set Matrix Theory as a physically motivated generalization of Zermelo-Fraenkel set theory, Log. Anal. 255: 59-82 (2014)
- Scientific Misconduct: Three Forms that Directly Harm Others as the Modus Operandi of Mill's Tyranny of the Prevailing Opinion, Sci. Eng. Ethics 20(1): 41-54 (2014)
- Incompatibility of QED/QCD and repulsive gravity, and implications for some recent approaches to dark energy, Astrophys. Space Sci. 350: 777-780 (2014)
- Comment to a paper of M. Villata on antigravity, Astrophys. Space Sci. 337: 5-7 (2012)
- Addendum to the Elementary Process Theory, Ann. Phys. 523: 990-994 (2011)
- Elementary Process Theory: a formal axiomatic system with a potential application as a foundational framework for physics supporting gravitational repulsion of matter and antimatter,
Ann. Phys. 522: 699-738 (2010)
lectures:
- The weak correspondence principle: a new intertheory relation in physics based on Rosaler's empirical reduction (Logic, Relativity and Beyond, Budapest, 2021)
- A marriage of category theory and set theory: a finitely axiomatized nonstandard first-order theory implying ZF (CLPS meeting, 2019)
- Towards ψ-epistemic quantum gravity (CLPS meeting, 2018)
- Incorporating relativity in categorical models of abstract physical theories (Logic, Relativity and Beyond, Budapest, 2017)
- On the nature of space-time: Special relativity in five dimensions (Fourth International Conference on the Nature and Ontology of Spacetime, Varna, 2016)
- The Elementary Process Theory: proposing new Planck-scale physics underlying repulsive gravity (Darmstadt, 2016, invited)
- On principles of repulsive gravity: the Elementary Process Theory (Third International Workshop on Antimatter and Gravitation, London, 2015, invited)
- Berkelian Idealism Regarding Properties in Orthodox Quantum Mechanics, and Implications for Quantum Gravity (Planck Scale II, Wroclaw, 2015)
- Unobservability of short-lived unstable particles: ground for skepticism about observational claims in elementary particle physics (Seventh conference of the Dutch-Flemish Association for Analytic Philosophy, Rotterdam, 2015)
- From crisis to paradigm shift: some aspects of the Elementary Process Theory and beyond (Mainstream science: hypes and hopes, Groningen, 2008, invited)
- On the Elementary Process Theory (Tilburg, 2007, invited)
- On set matrix theory (Kharkov, 2000, invited)
book chapters:
- Writing and scientific misconduct: ethical and legal aspects, in:
M.M. Shoja, A. Arynchyna, M. Loukas, A.V. D'Antoni, S.M. Buerger, M. Karl, R.S. Tubbs (eds.), A Guide to the Scientific Career: Virtues, Communication, Research and Academic Writing (Wiley, 2019)
Updated: Thu Sep 30 01:21 CEST 2021