Physics and Its Relation to Human Knowledge

  • Eugene P. Wigner
Part of the The Collected Works of Eugene Paul Wigner book series (WIGNER, volume B / 6)


Physics and the natural sciences, including also chemistry and biology, have been amazingly successful in the past. Their success extends over two very distinct areas: on the one hand they have fostered, and in part made possible, an enormous technological development, on the other they have led to a surprising extension of our knowledge and influenced our whole outlook on life.


Quantum Mechanic Physical Theory Human Knowledge Inanimate Object Planetary Orbit 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1995

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  • Eugene P. Wigner

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