Authors: Georgina Woodward
This paper is focused in the underlying foundational Object reality. It shows that when that underlying reality is considered physics is not so strange as mathematics, used within classical and quantum physics models, would seem to imply. Some philosophical implications regarding; true relations and the appearance of relations, qualities and attributes rather than properties, and the law of non-contradiction are considered. The double slit experiment problem, and the problem of provocation are discussed. The Harry Beck’s Tube map analogy shows how something highly accurate in certain respects and able to produce reliable predictions can also not be an accurate representation of reality.
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