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Your question presumes a variety of framing assumptions which are now generally held not to be true by most philosophers. First, you are presuming that "completeness of physics" would mean that "physics is everything", IE a reduction of all thought to physics, including the philosophy of science. But reductionism is no longer considered viable in most ...


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I expect you know that the idea everything is consciousness is not yours but almost as old as the hills. Erwin Schrodinger was an active advocate for forty years. It works just fine and is easily capable of shedding light on physics. I don't understand your point about randomness or knowing how everything behaves. The important thing would be to know what ...


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