There Is No Theory of Everything: A Physics Perspective on Emergence by Lars Q. English
The main aim of this book is to present a wider audience by illustrating how discoveries in the physical sciences have told the ways we think. In short, emanation confirms…
There Is No Theory of Everything synopsis
The main aim of this book is to present a wider audience by illustrating how discoveries in the physical sciences have told the ways we think. In short, emanation confirms that non-mezzanine behavior arises at higher levels of organization and complexity.
As physicist Philip Anderson said, "is more different." Along the textual conversation tour through quantum physical terrain, phase transformations, nonlinear and statistical physics, networks and complexity, the author highlights the various philosophical differences that arise in encounters with appearances. The last part of the book highlights some of the larger lessons that emanate from us.
One of the larger lessons is to recognize that the great diversity of theories and models, and the great diversity of independent interpretive frameworks, will always be with us in science and beyond. There is no "theory of everything" in the corner waiting to be discovered.
One of the main benefits of this book is that it will present a number of exciting scientific concepts that are not usually covered at this level accessible to a wider audience. The general presentation, including the use of examples, comparisons, metaphors and biographical separations, is directed at non-educated professionals..
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