Demon (disambiguation)

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A demon is a malevolent being in mythology or occultism.

Demon or daemon may also refer to:

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  • Demon (thought experiment), class of hypotheses
    • Laplace's demon (1814), articulation of causal or scientific determinism by Pierre-Simon Laplace
    • Maxwell's demon, a concept by James Clerk Maxwell concerning the statistics of Second Law of Thermodynamics
    • Evil demon, a philosophical concept originating with René Descartes
    • Darwinian Demon, a hypothetical organism resulting from absence of biological constraints on evolution

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