Research of Ancient Philosophy


Many questions arise when we talk about “observables”. First and foremost “what is an observable?” which inherently begs to ask “What can I really observe?” But, even more inherent question in all of this is that which we automatically assume. “What is the observer?” For example when we talk about an “observer” in quantum physics the question is “who or what is an observer? How do we define it?” We assume that… Read More