FI: VISUALISATION AND UNDERSTANDING IN THEORIES WITH AND WITHOUT A SPACETIME - SEBASTIAN DE HARO 
 ELENCO COMPLETO 

DATA: 18-10-2019

SEZIONE DI FIRENZE
The debate over the indispensability of representing physical systems in space and time is an old one. Theories of modern physics, especially quantum mechanics, have become increasingly abstract: and so, they are more difficult to visualise and to interpret. In this talk, I will address the question whether quantum gravity theories, in which space and time are fundamentally absent, can be understood using conventional methods: as physical theories, but lacking a spacetime. (Sebastian de Haro)


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