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Platonic Wholes and Quantum Ontology

Authors:

  • Marek Woszczek

Abstract

The subject of the book is a reconsideration of the internalistic model of composition of the Platonic type, more radical than traditional, post-Aristotelian externalistic compositionism, and its application in the field of the ontology of quantum theory. At the centre of quantum ontology is nonseparability. Quantum wholes are atemporal wholes governed by internalistic logic and they are primitive, global physical entities, requiring an extreme relativization of the fundamental notions of mechanics. That ensures quantum theory to be fully consistent with the relativistic causal structure, without any spacelike nonlocality and time asymmetry, and makes the quantum blockworld ontology inevitable. It seems that the more internally relativized physics is, the more Platonic it becomes.

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Record ID
UAMa5b48e4584ca432bbcea3bfc44795334
Book type
Monograph
Author
Pages
290
Publication size in sheets
14.45
ISBN
9783631666296
Issue year
2015
DOI
Go to the document by digital ID DOI:10.3726/978-3-653-05342-5 Opening in a new tab
Language
(en) English
Score (nominal)
25
book.scoring
Ministerial score = 25.0, 18-03-2020, MonograhOrBookMainLanguagesAuthor
Publication indicators
Scopus Citations = 0

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Uniform Resource Identifier
https://researchportal.amu.edu.pl/info/book/UAMa5b48e4584ca432bbcea3bfc44795334/
URN
urn:amu-prod:UAMa5b48e4584ca432bbcea3bfc44795334

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