Does modern science tell us that there is no ontology without epistemology?

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    Fred SmithFred Smith
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    Quantum physics, or at least some interpretations of it, seems to have taught us that it’s meaningless to talk of the way the world is without mentioning the way in which it is observed to be the the way it is. This interpretation seems to have therefore abolished the idea that we can take an ontological position without reference to epistemology.

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