The Philosophy of Physics: Planck’s Spiritual Testament

As Nazism was leading Germany into a dark age trajectory and as science policy and practice decayed into eugenics and materialism, Max Planck took a stand and remained behind in his homeland to defend the classical humanist traditions which represented everything which Hitler hated.

Planck threw down an epistemological gauntlet to his contemporary scientists who were falling into a demoralization and intellectual decay caused by reductionism and the rise of the Copenhagen interpretation of the quantum which denied the existence of all truth.

This gauntlet took the form of two seminal works: Where is Science Going? written in 1932 and his Philosophy of Physics written in 1935.

During four RTF reading sessions, this book is explored with fruitful discussions touching upon Planck’s understanding of mind, matter, God, and free will in ways that are sure to surprise and enlighten you.

To access Planck’s original writings, including the Philosophy of Physics and Where is Science Going?, click here.

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