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- Ramin [A.] Zahedi, On Discrete Physics: A Perfect Deterministic Structure for Reality – And "A (Direct) Logical Derivation of the Laws Governing the Fundamental Forces of Nature". CERN Document, Geneva, Switzerland, Record:1980381, PP. 1-97.In part I (pp. 1-10) of this article, I provide an analysis and overview of some notable definitions, works and thoughts concerning discrete physics (a.k.a. digital philosophy, digital physics or digital cosmology) that propose discrete, finite and deterministic characteristics for the physical world. Particular attention is given to theories which suggest cellular automata as the basis of a mathematical deterministic model for the physical reality. In part II (the main part, pp.11-97, Ref. ) of this article, I've presented a new (...)No categories
- Asao Arai, Fundamental Symmetry Principles in Quantum Mechanics and its Philosophical Phases.A fundamental symmetry principle in quantum mechanics is formulated in the framework of the standard axiomatic quantum mechanics and a new philosophical interpretation for quantum mechanics, which dissolves "difficulties" in the conventional interpretations for quantum mechanics, is presented. Moreover, philosophical phases of the fundamental symmetry principle are discussed in connection with Plato's philosophy and Oriental philosophies, in particular, Zen Buddhism.