By Günther Ludwig
Written within the culture of G. Ludwig’s groundbreaking works, this booklet goals to elucidate and formulate extra exactly the basic rules of actual theories. via introducing a easy descriptive language of easy shape, within which it's attainable to formulate recorded proof, ambiguities of actual theories are kept away from up to attainable. during this method the sphere of physics that are meant to be defined by way of a thought depends on simple innovations basically, i.e. strategies that may be defined with no theory.
In this context the authors introduce a brand new inspiration of idealization and evaluate the method of gaining knowledge of new ideas. they think that, whilst the theories are formulated inside of an axiomatic foundation, recommendations are available to many tough difficulties similar to the translation of actual theories, the relatives among theories in addition to the advent of actual concepts.
The e-book addresses either physicists and philosophers of technology and will motivate the reader to give a contribution to the certainty of the lasting center of actual wisdom concerning the actual buildings of the world.
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Can be characterized by an element of an echelon. In particular the relations of representation Rµ (see Chap. 3) can thus be described by a subset rµ of an echelon Sµ on the terms of representation as base sets or as elements rµ ∈ P(Sµ ). One can also naturally consider for all Rµ the element (r1 , r2 , . ) = s of P(S1 ) × P(S2 ) × · · ·; and if, conversely, s ∈ P(S1 ) × P(S2 ) × · · ·, then s = (r1 , r2 , . ) is equivalent to r1 ∈ P(S1 ) and r2 ∈ P(S2 ) and . .. Axioms or theorems, expressible only by the Rµ , transform themselves into a relation P of s into which enter the base sets.
But we do not want to discuss the problem of a construction of the total physics. 1 Later, in Chap. ” By these “new concepts” we detect also - new facts -. 1 Recording Process 35 We are convinced that the domain of physics is determined by the region of directly observable realities, and by the method of physical theories that we wish to develop in this book. There are many realities which we do not accept as directly observable physical realities. This does not mean that we deny the existence of realities that cannot be detected in a physical way.
For a detailed description, we refer to . In particular, it is easy to establish the above deductions (a) to (e) using the deductions mentioned in [6, Chap. I, Sect. ]. (a) is proved in [6, Chap. I, Sect. 1], (b) is identical to C 15 of [6, Chap. I, Sect. , Sect. 2). (e) is a consequence of the equivalent relations mentioned under C 24 of [6, Chap. I, Sect. ” Because of their interest, particularly for the very signiﬁcant reﬂection from the point of view of physics (see Chap. 3 and especially Chap.
A new foundation of physical theories by Günther Ludwig