Ideas from 'The Character of Physical Law' by Richard P. Feynman [1965], by Theme Structure

[found in 'The Character of Physical Law' by Feynman,Richard [Penguin 1992,0-140-1-75059]].

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1. Philosophy / D. Nature of Philosophy / 6. Despair over Philosophy
People generalise because it is easier to understand, and that is mistaken for deep philosophy
26. Natural Theory / B. Concepts of Nature / 3. Space / b. Points in space
We should regard space as made up of many tiny pieces
26. Natural Theory / D. Laws of Nature / 4. Regularities / a. Regularity theory
Physical Laws are rhythms and patterns in nature, revealed by analysis
27. Natural Reality / A. Physics / 1. Matter / l. Quantum theory
Nobody understands quantum mechanics