Philosophy Talk | 260: Time, Space, and Quantum Mechanics

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260: Time, Space, and Quantum Mechanics

by Philosophy Talk

What are the implications for our everyday experience of space and time with respect to quantum mechanics?
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1. 260: Time, Space, and Quantum Mechanics (feat. Jenann Ismael)
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Quantum physics is regarded by many as the most powerful predictive theory science has produced. But there is no interpretation of what the theory means that all knowledgeable scientists and philosophers agree on. For example, quantum mechanics delivers no very clear message about the difference between past, present and future. What are the implications for our everyday experience of space and time? John and Ken welcome back Jenann Ismael from the University of Arizona, author of The Situated Self and many essays on the interpretation of quantum mechanics.


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