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Physics and the Ultimate Significance of Time Bohm Prigogine and Process Philosophy by David R. Griffin

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Published by State Univ of New York Pr .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Topics in philosophy,
  • Space and time,
  • Philosophy Of Science,
  • Physics (Specific Aspects),
  • Philosophy,
  • Bohm, David,
  • Prigogine, I,
  • Congresses,
  • Physics,
  • Process philosophy

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages322
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8196666M
ISBN 100887061133
ISBN 109780887061134

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Using a bold approach, The Physics Book sets out more than 80 key concepts and discoveries that have defined the subject and influenced our technology since the beginning of time. With the focus firmly on unpicking the thought behind each theory - as well as exploring when and how each idea and breakthrough came about - seven themed chapters examine the history and developments in areas .   An American physicist, David Bohm, devised a radical alternative at midcentury, visualizing “pilot waves” that guide every particle, an attempt to Author: James Gleick. Time in physics is defined by its measurement: time is what a clock reads. In classical, non-relativistic physics it is a scalar quantity and, like length, mass, and charge, is usually described as a fundamental can be combined mathematically with other physical quantities to derive other concepts such as motion, kinetic energy and time-dependent fields. Implicate order and explicate order are ontological concepts for quantum theory coined by theoretical physicist David Bohm during the early s. They are used to describe two different frameworks for understanding the same phenomenon or aspect of reality. In particular, the concepts were developed in order to explain the bizarre behavior of subatomic particles which quantum physics struggles.