New Scientist (2137) (1998)

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Ray Scott Percival
London School of Economics
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David Ray Griffin does not fully come to terms with the fact that science has already abandoned the narrow materialist view of bits of matter pushing each other around. Even as early as Newton's law of gravitation, and most obviously with quantum physics, science has embraced the view that the world consists of relationships (often described as laws) between different types of processes and states.
Keywords materialism  dualism  substance  interactionism
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