Sunday, May 13, 2012
Can Physics and Philosophy Get Along?
"Precisely because science deals with only what can be known, direct or indirectly, by sense experience, it cannot answer the question of whether there is anything — for example, consciousness, morality, beauty or God — that is not entirely knowable by sense experience. To show that there is nothing beyond sense experience, we would need philosophical arguments, not scientific experiments." Can Physics and Philosophy Get Along? - NYTimes.com