Physical Reality and Closed Theories in Werner Heisenberg’s Early Papers

@inproceedings{Chevalley1988PhysicalRA,
  title={Physical Reality and Closed Theories in Werner Heisenberg’s Early Papers},
  author={C. Chevalley},
  year={1988}
}
In his 1934 paper entitled “Transformations of the foundations of natural science”1 Heisenberg stressed the possibility for physical theories to “exhibit a structure different from the structure of classical physics”. This, he said, would happen in the one case when their objects would not be any more “things encountered in a direct and immediate experience”2: to leave this field ruled by classical physics would thus generate a break, a change, a shift in the very structure of the physical… Expand
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