particle physics and the idealists
rahul at hagar.ph.utexas.edu
Tue Jun 20 23:58:57 MDT 1995
Paul, thanks for the succinct statement. I can't think why I didn't include
that in what I was saying.
>. If we consider that the knowledge generated within
>>>science remains tied to the practices and representations of science -- for
>>>example, you yourself claim that particle physics cannot be expressed in a
>>>language other than its specialized mathematical vocabulary -- science at
>>>loses its claim to universality.
>On the contrary this shows that natural language
>loses its claim to universality. This is not
>unexpected, since natural language developed to
>deal with a more restricted domain of reality.
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