Friday, October 10, 2014

Physics: A partial and incomplete representation of reality

"The belief that all of reality can be fully comprehended in terms of physics and the equations of physics is a fantasy. As pointed out so well by Eddington in his Gifford lectures, they are partial and incomplete representations of physical, biological, psychological, and social reality."-- Physicist George Ellis

2 comments:

  1. I take it that reductionism is one of your main topics on this blog, correct?

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    1. I blog whatever I happen to be thinking about. As a regular reader, if you find it to be a "main topic," I guess you are probably correct.

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