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In praise of natural philosophy – a synthesis of physics and metaphysics
This in praise of natural philosophy talk, held by Nicholas Maxwell on Wednesday 15 September 2021, discussed the overwhelming case for conceiving, and doing, physics within the framework of aim-oriented empiricism – and its implications for discovery, for quantum theory, for the role of metaphysics and philosophy of physics within physics. If you'd like to find out more about this subject then Nicholas has provided further reading for this.
The physics of can and can’t
Quantum reality: The interpretations of quantum mechanics and the purpose of science
A non-technical introductory overview of the meaning of quantum mechanics from the perspective of the philosophy of science talk took place on Wednesday 9 December 2020 lead by freelance science writer Jim Baggott.
If you'd like to know more then check out Jim Baggott's books.
Is there a physical meaning for the complex harmonic oscillator? Circles theory and quantum mechanics
A seminar on a project that goes back 30 years trying to find a deeper interpretation of the quantum mechanical wave function was held on Wednesday 4 November with speaker Dr Muhammed Sanduk.