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Quantum theory

  1. Aug 27, 2005 #1
    hello. i'm studying philosophy, i'm going with a scholarship in France. i'm very interested in physics, particularly in quantum physics, and universe formation, laws,etc. i'm not directly interested to find books, or get an advice what to read. i want to discuss some issues with someone that knows these topics, and have some patience with me. i don't know formulas, or complex equations in physics, i am more interested in the theories themselves, without the part of calculus.
    so if you can help me, i really would appreciate your gesture.
    this is because is dont have much free time, nor to study like i want to, nor to have the patience to listen someone face to face.

    tks, and hope to talk soon.
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  3. Aug 28, 2005 #2
    You can read Bohm's Quantum Theory
    there are many fantastic philosophy ideas in this book

    This is my personal opinion about your question.
  4. Aug 29, 2005 #3
    I suggest you get some popular science books on QM and read them, as they wil provide all the information without the mathematics involved.

    Books and science reviews would be a good place to look, on this forum.
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