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Physicists Vs. Philosophers

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Posted by Mark on August 24, 2001 06:54:27 UTC

Physicists should be able to argue their philisophical take on their knowledge. For example quantum physics, if you understand what it implies, is a very deep philisophical issue.

On the flip side, nobody wants to hear a philosopher talk about physics.

I fully agree with you. Take the opportunity however.....If you like philosophy then go for it! You get the luxury of carrying a physicist's viewpoint; use it to your advantage. You'll have an intellectual edge on the people in your class. And you, for one, will know what your talking about.

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