Pauli’s Proposition for a Jungian Quantum Theory

By Ryan Smith

“Einstein … [has] already showed the success in physics of a method which does not proceed from a knowledge of what things are in and by themselves. Einstein has repeatedly shown us that the physicist must learn to swim in a boundless sea of ideas. … [Ideas] which cannot be deduced from [empirical material] by pure logic.” – Pauli: Writings on Physics and Philosophy, Springer 1994 ed. p. 108

Wolfgang Pauli (1900-1958) was an outstanding theoretical physicist who received the Nobel Prize in Physics. He made significant contributions to the scientific understanding of Quantum Theory, and he postulated the existence of the subatomic neutrino some 12 years before it was actually detected. ...

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