Fundamental forces and Pauli's exclusion principle

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To which type of Fundamental forces below the Pauli's exclusion belong?

Strong nuclear forces
Coulomb forces
Weak nuclear forces
Gravitational forces
 

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The Pauli exclusion principle exists independently of the fundamental forces. It exists also among non-interacting particles of the same kind (if such actually existed).
 
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Has anyone formulated thay the PEP as an entropic force, or proven that it can't be?
 
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Has anyone formulated thay the PEP as an entropic force, or proven that it can't be?
The exclusion principle and it's resulting "something-which-looks-like-a-force" are unrelated to entropy. These are two completely different concepts. Entropy is not even a property of a micro system (i.e., a system in a pure state)!
 

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