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|a God who concerns himself with the fate and actions of human beings.11 And |
once again, speaking with his assistant ... I, in any case, am convinced that He is
not playing dice.14 It is the same idea that God is not malicious: (4.14) The Lord
God is subtle, but malicious he is not. ... But that he would choose to play dice
with the world ... is something I cannot believe for a single moment.17 There is an
|Einstein, Albert God is subtle, but He is not malicious. I cannot believe that God |
plays dice with the world. - Einstein, Albert 'Tis the old secret of the gods that they
come in low disguises. - Emerson, Ralph Waldo The dice of God are always ...
|QuotationsBook.com. God is subtle, but He is not malicious. I cannot believe that |
God plays dice with the world. - Einstein, Albert In a healthy nation there is a kind
of dramatic balance between the will of the people and the government, which ...
|But that he would choose to play dice with the world . . . is something that I cannot |
believe for a single moment. ... shown to Einstein that, if correct, would have
disproved his new theory of gravity, Einstein commented, “The Lord is subtle, but
malicious he is not. ... Today, you hear the occasional astrophysicist (maybe one
in a hundred) invoke God when asked where did all our laws of physics come
|Also, “It is hard to sneak a look at God's cards. But that he would choose to play |
dice with the world...is something that I cannot believe for a single moment,” “The
Lord is subtle, but malicious he is not,” and “Religion without science is blind.
|They saw his views as truth for the world of physics, as indeed they were. ... He |
was given to making such remarks as, “God is subtle, but He is not malicious.” He
also said the well-known, “God does not play dice with the universe. ... The
influence of Darwin had caused the world to believe in a natural universe that is
dynamic and emerging, one that leaves behind the old principles and forever ...
One cannot, simply by making a short speech, alter the laws that God has built
|“I shall never believe.” he once remarked, “that God plays dice with the world. ... |
that the world made sense—even if its sense eludes us (“The Lord God is subtle,
but malicious he is not”)—put him at odds ... “uncertainty principle”—that all our
observations are unreliable because we cannot “observe nature in itself but [only]
|What he meant by “I shall never believe that God plays dice with the universe” |
was a very spe- cific thing, and that is that quantum theory cannot be real. He
also said, “Subtle is the Lord, but malicious he is not,” implying that God's laws of
physics are hard to discover, but not hidden ... you have probability theory
everywhere in quantum me- chanics, at least in the way humans interpret the
|knowledge, which is the true and necessary, albeit empirically discovered, |
knowledge of the world. There is no doubt ... Whenever Einstein uses the concept
of God, he uses it as a methodological recommendation, as in "God does not play
dice," directed against statistical theories being considered as fundamental, or "
God is subtle but not malicious," directed against those ad hoc concepts that
postulate effects that cancel each other so we cannot detect them (FitzGerald
|Even so, one can just as well hold God responsible for the existence of the devil |
as for the evil he personified. — SIGMUND ... FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE God is
subtle, but he is not malicious I cannot believe that God plays dice with the world.