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Kant and Hegel in Physics

@inproceedings{YSKim2020KantAH,
  title={Kant and Hegel in Physics},
  author={Y.S.Kim},
  year={2020}
}
Kant and Hegel are among the philosophers who are guiding the way in which we reason these days. It is thus of interest to see how physical theories have been developed along the line of Kant and Hegel. Einstein became interested in how things appear to moving observers. Quantum mechanics is also an observer-dependent science. The question then is whether quantum mechanics and relativity can be synthesized into one science. The present form of quantum field theory is a case in point. This… Expand

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