it is decisive to recognize that, however far … expressed in classical terms. The argument is simply … we have done and what we have learned … must be expressed in unambiguous language with suitable … implies the impossibility of any sharp separation between … the conditions under which the phenomena appear.[p. 40] [CBB: Note similarity to Bohr, Nature 1932, "we cannot even tell which particular atoms really belong to a living organism"] ;;Quote: what atoms belong to a living organism?; …
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