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Roberto Rubio

Dear Francesca, Thank you very much for your answer. Continuing with the cultural theme, I believe that the epistemological schemes that support modern science have reached their limit, which is why quantum physics seems so strange. In this sense, the Buddhist epistemological scheme is configured in a very different way, especially the postulates of Nagarjuna and Dharmakirti. In this way, I believe Buddhist epistemology and the assumptions it has about the world and reality are more suitable for interpreting quantum phenomena.
Therefore, the proper understanding of these elemental Buddhist assumptions when adapted and integrated into Western scientific epistemology could allow not only a scientific revolution, but a reinterpretation of reality. What do you think about this idea?
In your opinion, what would be some of these basic Buddhist assumptions that could be incorporated into science?