In his article ‘The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences’, the physicist Eugene Wigner asks “What is mathematics?”, “What is physics?” and “Why is mathematics so unreasonably effective in physics?”. These are the key questions addressed in this book.
Natural Science Mathematical Structure Physical Reality World View Fundamental Physic
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