By Erasmus Desiderius
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Thema dieses Buches sind die philosophischen Probleme der Quantenphysik. Gäbe es allgemein akzeptierte Lösungen für diese, würde guy nicht mehr von Problemen sprechen. Die Quantenphysik funktioniert, sie funktioniert ausgezeichnet. Aber im Unterschied zu einer anderen ausgezeichnet funktionierenden physikalischen Theorie, in der eine absolute, unhintergehbare Naturkonstante eine alles beherrschende Rolle spielt (der Relativitätstheorie), ist die Quantenphysik bis heute philosophisch nicht zufriedenstellend verstanden.
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My and published in 1889. I did not then know anything of William James but his fine studies on effort and emotion (I did not know the article that appeared in Mind of January 1884, in which there already is found part of the chapter on the "stream of thought"). That is to say, the theories of Time and Free Will cannot be derived from the psychology of James. " The disclaimer sounds entirely plausible. Yet Firmin Nicolardot, writing to indicate that Bergson was influenced book called UUnivers, 77 shows that in Mind of 1886 there was an article on Ward, and in 1887 one by him; and Ward was also mentioned many times in the Revue philoso78 phique between 1882 and 1887, as was William James.
When they are indifferently when our attention is undi- TIME 43 for example, the rolling of the earth. " 124 Spatial- dimension of space, enabling us to control experience by emptying its content into a past, ized time is a fourth words these last are present, and future, which give an additional and indispensable symmetry to the objects we wish to control. 125 my The fundamental resemblance between this analysis and Guyau's need not be enlarged on. For the moment, we have come to the end of our tether of analogy and quotation.
Bergson, Time and Free Will, pp. 215-16. 63 Delboeuf, op. , p. 153. 64 Page 4. Bergson does not admit the definite pre-existence of the future in the present. Delboeuf might be taken to do so, unless, that is, we have read more of him than has been quoted. 62 65 Delboeuf, op. , p. 153. Delboeuf is emphasizing, in a slightly nonBergsonian tone, how a preceding state excludes the simultaneity of a succeeding one by the very fact of the latter having evolved. This stage of thought is like Bergson's early view as revealed in La Pensee et le mouvant (p.
A Very Pleasaunt and Fruitful Diolog Called the Epicure by Erasmus Desiderius