Contemporary Chinese Thought 5 (3):35-68 (1974)
AbstractSince the correct solution to the problem of the relationship between natural science and philosophy is related to the alliance between philosophical workers and natural scientists, it is also related to the development of philosophy and natural science. One of the problems inevitably encountered in solving the problem of the relationship between natural science and philosophy is the materialism of natural science. This article will attempt some theoretical investigation of this problem. Although some of my points may be unsuitable and one-sided, I hope they will be corrected by the natural scientists and philosophical workers
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