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Bulletin of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Chinese Version)

Keywords

Interdisciplinary, blackhole physics, early universe physics, quantum gravity, predictive processing model, free energy principle, evolutionary game theory

Document Type

Philosophy Promotes Scientific and Technological Innovation

Abstract

In this article we discuss a selected sample of interdisciplinary researches between philosophy and science in the forefront of high energy physics, science of intelligence, biological science, and social science. We discuss both the ideas and the important international institutions and figures.

First page

17

Last Page

27

Language

Chinese

Publisher

Bulletin of Chinese Academy of Sciences

Original Submission Date

2021-01-15

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