Classical Physics

   

Il Tempo e il Tutto

Authors: Giorgio Fabretti, Giuseppe Mascioli

since his seminars in 1972, at the Departmente of Sociology of the University of Rome1, professor Giorgio Fabretti has been developing a new conception of physical dimensions as derived from an originary time dimension, conceived as the operational expression of a mathematically conceived multiversal logic field, as a by-product of the relation between the cognitive genetic evolution and the so called empirical objective reality, also called transcendental realityof. The neo-copernican revolution of Fabretti is at the present mostly a philosophical and logical construction aimed at stimulating the evolution of mathematical and physical scientifical methods toward more efficient cognitive tecniques, beyond the present physical conceptions of predominant space and matter: which have to be replaced by a neo-copernican vision based respectively on time and logic. Only this replacement, according to prof. Fabretti, is methodologically compatible with the extraordinary efficaciousness of mathematics in contemporary computer and genetic science. The title "TheTime and the All" is with reference to the many attempts to unify physical theories, that, according to prof.Fabretti, cannot succeed if they do not hold in account a new conception of space, energy and matter, in terms of dimensions derived from Time, and finally from Logic.

Comments: 5 pages, In Italian

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