The Metaphysics of Epistemologically Different Worlds
Publisher: Editura Datagroup
In our previous works (an article at Synthese (USA) 2005 and a book at Springer (2015), for instance) we have replaced the empty notion of "world" or "Universe" with the "epistemologically different worlds" (EDWs) (the macro-EW, the micro-EW, the wave-EW, the mind-EW, etc.). Discovering the existence of EDWs, we introduced a new paradigm of thinking for solving great problems in Physics, Cognitive Neuroscience and Philosophy. This book refers to the metaphysics of the EDWs with a list of "principles" and a "table of categories". We furnish more arguments why the space and time (spacetime) cannot have any ontological background. Also, we argue that the notions like "nothing", "infinity" and "God" are just "empty concepts" (i.e., they do not denote any ontological entities that really exists)!