intuitionistic math can help in quantum physics?

Lukasz T. Stepien sfstepie at
Sat Apr 11 15:16:25 EDT 2020

Dear FOMers 

   Many thanks to Vladik Kreinovich for the information about the
article on possible relations between intuitionistic mathematics and
quantum physics. 

   I take also this opportunity to inform you about an online seminar on
foundations of quantum mechanics (Organizers:  Jaroslaw Duda - Institute
of Computer Science, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, and Pawel Blasiak 
- Institute of Nuclear Physics, Cracow). This seminar takes place on
Mondays, 15:00 UTC, and as I know, this is also scheduled for Monday,
April 13th.  

Meeting ID: 355 593 797
Password: 011802 

                                                         Best wishes 

                                                      Lukasz T. Stepien


Lukasz T. Stepien

The Pedagogical University of Cracow
Institute of Computer Science,
ul. Podchorazych 2
30-084 Krakow

tel. +48 12 662-78-54, +48 12 662-78-44


On 2020-04-10 21:11, Kreinovich, Vladik wrote:

> I am personally not (should it be not yet?) convinced, but a serious physicist Nicholas Gisin who in 2009, was awarded the First Biennial John Stewart Bell Prize [1] for Research on Fundamental Issues in Quantum Mechanics and their Applications, believes that intuitionistic math can help in quantum physics

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