Bruno Marchal wrote:
> Le 22-août-06, à 18:36, 1Z a écrit :
> >
> >
> > Bruno Marchal wrote:
> >
> >> I can agree. No physicist posit matter in a fundamental theory.
> >
> > All physical theories are theories of matter (mass/energy).
> I believe so. This does not entail per se that matter is primitive.

A philosophical notion of pimitive matter is both
constent and useful.

> Also I prefer to define physics by the science of the observables.

It isn't, de facto. "Machian" physics is a side-issue
or minority interest, like intuitionism in maths.

> It
> is more neutral and misleading than by using the notion of matter,
> which is so different when considered along Plato line or Aristotle
> one.

People have come up with different theories
about the same thing ?!

Next, you'll be telling me there is more than one obviously maths must be dicarded wholesale ,
to avoid confusion.

> Bruno

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