This is a draft paper that makes a perhaps surprising connection between the old Platonic notion of a paradigm-universal like ‘the white thing’ and an indefinite superposition state in quantum mechanics.

January 14, 2017 by admin

This is a draft paper that makes a perhaps surprising connection between the old Platonic notion of a paradigm-universal like ‘the white thing’ and an indefinite superposition state in quantum mechanics.

Filed Under: Math Blog, Mathematics, Quantum Mechanics Tagged With: Boolean logic, paradigm-universals, Partition logic, probability theory, Quantum Mechanics

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