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2017 | 1(24) | 13-32
Article title

Entre o Determinismo e o Indeterminismo: um caminho da física à filosofia

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Between Determinism and Indeterminism: A Path from Physics to Philosophy
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PT
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In this article, I explain the macroscopic aspect of the functions of Nature’s Laws that they are based on actual causality from n-physic structures. However, in the microscopic situation, the Nature’s Laws are statisticals and subjects sentences, that in metric and objective indeterminism of wave-particle duality in fieri are ground. Meanwhile, we propose the philosophical foundations of properties of Nature’s Laws and your epistemological discussion, according to the W. Heisenberg’s principles condition. The uncertainty principle describes limits imposed by nature on the precision of simultaneous measurements of the position and momentum of an object. Mathematically stated, if an object is said to be at a position x within an uncertainty of Δ ; then any simultaneous measurement of the x component of momentum must have an uncertainty Δ x consistent with: Δ x . Δ p x ~ h.
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  • Instituto Universitário de Ciências da Saúde - Gandra, Paredes, Portugal
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