Understanding Matter. Vol. IIA cura di: Le Moli Andrea, Cicatello Angelo,
How do we experience matter? Does it present itself to the senses? Or is it only an empty substratum that cannot be grasped if deprived of all sensible qualities? Is it perceived as a continuum, or rather intellectually reconstructed through mental and logical forms? Or is it that the very idea of a continuum is itself the outcome of mental abstraction? And what about the status of matter in light of contemporary subatomic physics? Is matter an unpredictable flux of pure energy or an organised cosmos of even more basic elements? The nature of matter has been a central issue for philosophy since its inception. Over the course of centuries of debate, a wide variety of theoretical solutions have been proposed.
Collana Nodi. Collana di storia della filosofia – “Understanding Matter, Vol. II. Contemporary Lines” a cura di: Andrea Le Moli, Angelo Cicatello
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