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Old 25th August 2019, 12:04 AM   #521
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Originally Posted by Chanakya View Post

So show me how #1 and #2 are true. Please tell me:

1. What part of the discussion did philosophy make a key contribution to, and what was that contribution?

2. In what way exactly did this subset of that discussion, this contribution of philosophy, contribute to QM, and to what within QM?
Question 1 has been answered more than twice: opening up the possibility of changing the principles of classical physics. The same scientists who did it say so.

The second question is wrong: why should philosophy provide any knowledge in quantum mechanics? Are we talking about knowledge or interepretations? If this distinction is not clarified, you will continue to raise the question badly.
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