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The nature of the physical World

By: Eddington, Arthur Stanley, Sir 1882-1944

...beginning to a course which ought to reach transcendent levels of scientific philosophy. But we cannot touch bedrock immediately; we must scratch a bi... ...owy and symbolic character of the world of physics because of its bearing on philosophy, but because the aloofness from familiar conceptions will be a... ...hat the grain is essential and universal, the worm-holes casual. Science and philosophy have often been at cross-purposes in discussing the Absolute —... ...The Scientific Reaction from Microscopic Analysis. From the point of view of philosophy of science the con- ception associated with entropy must I thi... ...haps that ought to make us feel a little sym- pathetic towards the man whose philosophy of the uni- verse takes one form on weekdays and another form ... ...y be fruitful scientifically. If I have rightly understood Dr. White- head's philosophy, that is the course which he takes. It involves a certain amou... ...y in most respects seem diametrically opposed to Dr. Whitehead's widely read philosophy of Nature, I think it would be truer to regard him as an ally ... ...by exact science. If we search the examination papers in physics and natural philosophy for the more intelligible questions we may come across one beg... ..., take us to an eminence from which we can look down into the deep waters of philosophy; and if I rashly plunge into them,, it is not because I have c...

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The Nature of the Physical World

By: Eddington, Arthur Stanley, Sir 1882-1944

...beginning to a course which ought to reach transcendent levels of scientific philosophy. But we cannot touch bedrock immediately; we must scratch a bi... ...owy and symbolic character of the world of physics because of its bearing on philosophy, but because the aloofness from familiar conceptions will be a... ...hat the grain is essential and universal, the worm-holes casual. Science and philosophy have often been at cross-purposes in discussing the Absolute —... ...The Scientific Reaction from Microscopic Analysis. From the point of view of philosophy of science the con- ception associated with entropy must I thi... ...haps that ought to make us feel a little sym- pathetic towards the man whose philosophy of the uni- verse takes one form on weekdays and another form ... ...y be fruitful scientifically. If I have rightly understood Dr. White- head's philosophy, that is the course which he takes. It involves a certain amou... ...y in most respects seem diametrically opposed to Dr. Whitehead's widely read philosophy of Nature, I think it would be truer to regard him as an ally ... ...by exact science. If we search the examination papers in physics and natural philosophy for the more intelligible questions we may come across one beg... ..., take us to an eminence from which we can look down into the deep waters of philosophy; and if I rashly plunge into them,, it is not because I have c...

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