The most ordinary things are to philosophy a source of insoluble puzzles. With infinite ingenuity it constructs a concept of space or time and then finds it absolutely impossible that there be objects in this space or that processes occur during this time . . . the source of this kind of logic lies in excessive confidence in the so-called laws of thought.
Source: Theoretical Physics and Philosophical Problems, B. McGuinness Reidel,Dordrecht,1974
Contributed by: Zaady