PHYSICS and REALITY
Since the focus of the physical sciences relate to changes in nature, what kind of relationship should these sciences have with reality? In order to understand reality, how appropriate are the concepts we use in these scientific theories and their structure or grammar? In a broader sense, how appropriate is language and its conceptual structure when employed to express such theories? Can we understand these theories as a means of language to explain reality? Or is their purpose relevant only to events described by those scientists who employ them? According to current understanding, what kind of a relationship exists between science and reality?
Şakir Kocabaş approaches the fundamental problems of the philosophy of science, especially physics, from a conceptual perspective.