What is the True Nature of Reality? Platonism Vs. Positivism

Writing about his collaborator and fellow scientist Roger Penrose following their work on black holes and gravity, the physicist Stephen Hawking said of Penrose: “He’s a Platonist and I’m a positivist.”

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Anglo-American writer of Philosophy, Politics, Music, Science, Sobriety, and the History of Ideas. Born in the UK, lived in Florida for 10+ years, loves travel.

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Anglo-American writer of Philosophy, Politics, Music, Science, Sobriety, and the History of Ideas. Born in the UK, lived in Florida for 10+ years, loves travel.

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