Physics and Philosophy 1942
Kessinger Publishing, 1 ene. 2003 - 236 páginas
The aim of this book is to discuss, and to some extent explore, that borderland territory between physics and philosophy in an interesting and contemporary light. Contents: what are physics and philosophy; how do we know; the two voices of science and philosophy; the passing of the mechanical age; the new physics; from appearance to reality; some problems of philosophy.
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He hasn't anything new to offer, and gives the impression of trying to compensate for this fact by tearing down others. A very disappointing argument. Leer reseña completa