Is Objectivity a Useful Construct?

Por • 30 sep, 2017 • Sección: Leyes

Bruce Levinson

Abstract: Humanity’s efforts to transmute lead into gold have impelled civilizations. Our efforts to transmute human experience into objective laws have enjoyed similar success. Through thinkers such as Oliver Wendell Holmes, William James, Felix S. Cohen, Carol E. Cleland, Russell K. Standish and Christopher A. Fuchs we can see that a source of the difficulty in understanding phenomena via objective laws is that the law can best be understood as a quantum system, not a classical one. Law resembles a quantum system because maximal legal information is not complete and cannot be completed.

arXiv:1709.09508v1 [physics.hist-ph]

History and Philosophy of Physics (physics.hist-ph); Quantum Physics (quant-ph)

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