On the Ontological Status of Some Cosmological and Physical Theories

Journal of Mind and Behavior 32 (4):351 (2011)

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This study investigates the ontological status of some physical and cosmological theories that are not based on empirical observation and probably cannot be tested empirically. It is suggested that these theories exist only in our consciousness and are no more than Kantian ideas. Indeed, these theories imply paradoxes as was predicted by Kant regarding ideas of pure reason
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