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“Schroedinger is a suspect, but nobody wants to open the box to find out.”
“In 1944 Erwin Schroedinger, stimulated intellectually by Max Delbrück, published a little book called What is Life?”
“A popularization of this paper of 1935 in Schroedinger's little book «What is Life?»”
“That branch of the Institute was until recently under the direction of Edwin Schroedinger.”
“Now, in terms of meaning, I also see a duality, similar the idea of Schroedinger's cat, but rather than having or not having meaning, the meaning is either recognized or has infinite potential.”
“WIRED has collected some of the most famous of these from history into a simple list, including classics such as Schroedinger's Quantum Cat and Einstein's Light Beam.”
“Alternatively, if you put in the SR version of energy/momentum instead you will get a quantum version of SR energy/momentum (such as Schroedinger did originally.”
“Schroedinger pointed out the problem for scientists in particular:”
“While philosophers ought to know better, Schroedinger explains why scientists overlook the problem:”
“Schroedinger saw that if you affirm the existence both of matter (modern sense) in the world and of the sensory qualities (qualia), in the mind, then you're committed to a mind-body dualism of some sort.”
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