Heraclitus' Vision - Schrodinger's Version
|Title||Heraclitus\' Vision - Schrodinger\'s Version|
|Keywords||Heraclitus, Schrodinger, corruption, law, atoms, space|
A preliminary result: The existence of nature
In ancient times, when society started to define itself, there arose a need for law and order. Some of the earliest figures outstanding in this respect are still famous today: Hamurabi, Moses, Solon, Lycurgus. Furthermore, they also defined what a "law" is. One of its purposes is to act against curruption.
Is corruption ntural? The cynical point of view is that it is. But the Greeks seem to be the first to have concluded instead: No! They found that there are laws which cannot be corrupted at any price. They were referring to the laws of nature. In a certain sense they discovered "nature" itself this way.