Background and Question
Here's something I was wondering: The (known) laws of physics can be formulated in such a way that one say: "initial condition" + "laws of physics" gives us a "final solution." I am thinking of something along the lines of an initial value problem (if the law is a partial differential equation) or Born rule (where the "final solution" is not unique).
My question is this is there any line of argument in philosophy which argues for the removal of the distinction between the "initial condition" and the "laws of physics."
An argument effectively doing this by saying the space (Venn diagram) of initial values is a point. If any other other values are inserted then the law breaks down (we get an unacceptable solution for example: divergent solutions)
P.S: I have a degree in physics not in philosophy. I hope this is an acceptable question?