Thursday, October 7, 2010

Quantum Theory: The Simultaneity of A and Not-A

Minds "trained" to strict Aristotelian logics are often derailed by the assertion that something "material" can both be what it is and what it is not at the same time. Robert Anson Wilson offers some intriguing insights and persuasive examples (see, also, Count Alfred Korzybsky and "General Semantics"):

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