Oliver Lodge Quote

When a thing behaves as if it were alive, physics loses interest in it and hands it over to another section; for it is incompetent to deal with motions attributable to spontaneity and free will.


Contributions to a British Association Discussion on the Evolution of, the Universe, Nature, Supplement, October 24, 1931 (p. 722)

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When a thing behaves as if it were alive, physics loses interest in it and hands it over to another section; for it is incompetent to deal with...

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When a thing behaves as if it were alive, physics loses interest in it and hands it over to another section; for it is incompetent to deal with...

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When a thing behaves as if it were alive, physics loses interest in it and hands it over to another section; for it is incompetent to deal with...

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When a thing behaves as if it were alive, physics loses interest in it and hands it over to another section; for it is incompetent to deal with...