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1. General Term: Wigner, Eugene (1902-1995)
Wigner, Eugene (1902-1995) Hungarian born American physicist and Nobel laureate.
Physics and Cosmology
for Wigner, Eugene (1902-1995)
2. Divine Action Topic: Clayton, Philip. Tracing the Lines: Constraint an...
in nature, such as Eugene Wigner ,
John von Neumann, John Wheeler, Henry Stapp, and Roger Penrose. Both of these interpretations
are deeply influenced by metaphysics : physicalists who accept a branching
universe versus subjectivists who
3. Physics Topic: Quantum Physics
view of matter itself. Eugene
Wigner and others have suggested that it is mind acting on matter
that accounts for quantum phenomena. Everett-Graham-Wheeler adopt
a "many worlds" view, in which with every quantum phenomenon,
4. Divine Action Topic: Heller, Michael. Chaos, Probability, and the Comp...
when one contemplates what Eugene
Wigner called the unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics in the natural
sciences. It is not a priori
self-evident that the world should be algorithmically compressible, that is,
5. Divine Action Topic: Grib, Andrej A. Quantum Cosmology, the Role of th...
more objective character. Eugene
Wigner developed this argument further by proposing that any living system
could have the capacity to collapse the wave function.
The next step in Gribs
account was taken by John Bell whose famous
6. General Term: Quantum Theory
consciousness (Von Neumann, Eugene Wigner , Roger Penrose),
non-standard logic (Gribb), or consistent histories (Bob Griffiths, Chris
Clarke). It is particularly important to note that Bohms approach assumes an