The Ultimate Constituents of the Material World - In Search of an Ontology for Fundamental Physics

ontos (2010)
Abstract
Eventually, Kuhlmann proposes a dispositional trope ontology, according to which particularized properties and not things are the most basic entities.
Keywords Quantum field theory  Ontology  AQFT  Particle interpretation  Particle interpretation  Trope ontology
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