History and Philosophy of Physics


Theory Cannot Choose from Its Several Possible Interpretations

Authors: Ron Bourgoin

A theory can be interpreted several different ways. Which interpretation is "the correct interpretation" is well nigh impossible to determine. For that reason, we select the one that best fits our concept of what reality is. That means we choose on the basis of metaphysics.

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