Moderate Realism and its Logic by D.W. Mertz [Book Review]
International Journal of Philosophical Studies 5 (2):342 – 343 (1997)
AbstractClassical physics was inspired primarily by a metaphysical background concerned with substance and properties. Atoms were conceived according to the billiard ball model. Between these atoms, physical properties and relations existed in a secondary, dependent sense. This metaphysical background has problems that have defeated resolution for centuries. Is a more effective background conceivable?
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