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    REVIEW OF THE BOOK AS A WHOLEReally the title should have warned me that I was unlikely to get along with this book but it doesn't act

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    This has got to be one of the most singular reading experiences ever Ever Heisenberg's book is so unusual refreshing and uniue I'm not even sure on which shelf to put it The funny thing is this book is not so much about physics or about philosophy for that matter Perhaps a apt title would be The life and times of Werner H It reads like a novel and in a way it is a novel I would call it a novelized autobiography for Werne

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    Physics and Philosophy by Werner Heisenberg ReviewPhysics and Philosophy is a book published in 1962 by Werner Heisenberg a “giant of modern physics” about the theory of uantum Mechanics and its philosophical implications This book is certainly best read with prior knowledge of some classical and some uantum physics I actually read it knowing little or nothing about uantum physics and the parts that described in detail the

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    Heisenberg the famous Nobel Prize winner takes us through the building up of our current understanding of uantum Reality and the physics that

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    Some Knots Have Knotted LimbsToward the end of Physics and Philosophy Werner Heisenberg presciently mentions the incompatibility of uantum mechanics with relativity and the need for coherent concepts that allow for both theories without mathematical inconsistencies Today unified field theories of uantum gravity that attempt to reconcile uantu

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    ok it's a great book I'm giving three stars based on my personal experience with this book I do not fully understand his composition of this book I have to ignore many passages to have a holistic impression of what he's arguing aboutBased on what I understand I would give this book another name Language and Dispute the evolution of human knowledge I would say it's about language and reality rather than physi

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    This is really a book about physics that only lightly touches on philosophy A good reason to read it would be to understand why it i

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    Certainly one of the most insightful book I have read this yearHeisenberg talks about the connection between uantum physics to other fields mainly philosophy where he propagates hylomorphistic interpretation of uantum physics

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    Heisenburg traces philosophical thought from Greeks permanence versus change; ultimate elements of reality to Descartes the partition of mind and matter to Newton classical physicsmechanics These philosophical ideas have Heisenburg writes formed the way we see the world and the language we use to describe itHeisenburg arg

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    The essence of uantum physics from one of it's founder Mind blowing

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E father of uantum physics; he is most famous for the Uncertainty Principle which states that uantum particles do not occupy a fixed measurable position His contributions remain a cornerstone of contemporary physics theory and applicati This is really a book about physics that only lightly touches on philosophy A good reason to read it would be to understand why it is that 20th century physics totally changed the world something that I think is generally forgotten these days in spite of our abuse of technology the prodigal wunderkind of the advances in science over the last 200 years or so The thing to remember about Heisenberg s book is that it was written at the height of the Cold War and therefore beneath the shadow of nuclear weapons in fact he states that right on page one And so his conclusion with its conflicting apocalypticutopian possibilities for the future is very much a product of his time Heisenberg s style is very indirect and hesitant kind of surprising considering his prominence in the field Altogether informative if a bit dated Lindley s introduction in the 2007 edition is fantastic and makes up for the timewarp

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Physik und Philosophie

The seminal work by one of the most important thinkers of the twentieth century Physics and Philosophy is Werner Heisenberg's concise and accessible narrative of the revolution in modern physics in which he played a towering role The ou This has got to be one of the most singular reading experiences ever Ever Heisenberg s book is so unusual refreshing and uniue I m not even sure on which shelf to put it The funny thing is this book is not so much about physics or about philosophy for that matter Perhaps a apt title would be The life and times of Werner H It reads like a novel and in a way it is a novel I would call it a novelized autobiography for Werner talks about his life his work his thoughts in a series of episodes referencing many political and historical events and famous persons he had a chance to meet It s all written in a lively style which is uite unexpected for someone who is deemed to be a great physicist of the 20th century and physicists are supposed to have dull writing styles P As most people I m curious about the lives of people who had done something worthwhile It s a benevolent kind of curiosity that drives one to ask uestions about the person behind that big name a person with likes dislikes and uirks a person who wasn t born with an innate knowledge of his or her discipline but who had to work to get where he or she is at And in that regard Physics and philosophy is a great accomplishment because we have a chance to get to know the real Werner Heisenberg Not just the guy who founded matrix mechanics and gave the world the uncertainty principle but a nature lover with a penchant for music who had engaged in the works of a youth organization and who had no ualms whatsoever to work as a lumberjack just to alleviate the financial strain from his father But all this information is like a subtext of the book Heisenberg for the most part concentrates on his studies and professional career and doesn t talk about physics in a textbook manner Rather he talks about the problems that preoccupied him at the time with just enough hints so that readers versed in physics know what he s saying and that the laymen readers don t get bored But for me the biggest thing Werner accomplished with this book is the portrayal of the zeitgeist in his country in his youth and later on in the world No I m not going to romanticize the time he lived in We all know about the gruesome things that had happened time frame Heisenberg was twelve at the beginning of WWI I m referring to the general climate after the 1st World War It was a time when people read played music together by and by Heisenberg was an excellent piano player and were not afraid to dabble in things that weren t their specialty Almost everyone had interests on the side and pretty substantial ones like reading philosophy books and even young people were not shy to discuss their personal thoughts on this or that matter I was amazed at how perceptive many of those young people were at the time according to the conversations Heisenberg had relayed in the book To make things even exciting it was a dawn of a new time the birth of atomic and molecular physics uantum mechanics and relativistic physics So it s not all together surprising that many of the scientists Heisenberg had encountered even during his university years ended up as Nobel prize winners We meet a whole host of them throughout the book and somehow we get to know them as people or at least Heisenberg s impression of them His teacher Sommerfeld and his university colleague Pauli then Bohr himself Einstein Schr dinger Dirac Just reading about Werner meeting all these people especially from today s perspective is totally mind blowing It s true that Heisenberg had edited out a large uantity of physics talk with them but he included other conversations which were not so much on philosophy but about life and beyond Those conversation revealed much about the participants They even managed to endear Niels Bohr to me and by that alone you can tell how persuasive Heisenberg s writing is view spoilerJust Niels view on war and Denmark really tugged at my heartstrings ihangs headi hide spoiler

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Tgrowth of a celebrated lecture series this book remains as relevant provocative and fascinating as when it was first published in 1958 A brilliant scientist whose ideas altered our perception of the universe Heisenberg is considered th ok it s a great book I m giving three stars based on my personal experience with this book I do not fully understand his composition of this book I have to ignore many passages to have a holistic impression of what he s arguing aboutBased on what I understand I would give this book another name Language and Dispute the evolution of human knowledge I would say it s about language and reality rather than physics and philosophy The most charming part of this book to me is his analysis of the notion of matter or atom or the essence of objects about how it evolves from ancient philosophy to classical physics and then to modern physics He compared the representation of reality with mathematical language and natural language The use of language is stabilized by the connection between words but what a word itself is representing is very unstable alrightuncertain if we like As a description of the world propagates via linguistic representation the abstraction and precision of the description becomes lost person by person or generation by generation until some how modern experimental apparatus widen the spectrum of events can be observed and save the mental effort for people to achieve that order of abstraction I also found the bonus read on science and religion uite interesting Especially the little story about the debate between Heisenberg Dirac and Pauli over the relationship between science and religion I love Pauli the most It is a miniature reflection of the book most likely to be unintended Apparently among these three giants of uantum physics there was a very uncertain representation of events by the word religion or God Some of them referred to a description of reality while others referred to the utility of that description And it is fun to see them arguing about the symbols rather the reality they each have in mind