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Isn't the theory of everything the theory that contains all true propositions and only those propositions?

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Answer #1 | 08/02 2014 12:37
Theories and truth do not go together as a theory is just a concept that may or may not be proven correct.
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Answer #2 | 08/02 2014 07:41
The theory of everything 'ToE' is a theory of physics which attempts to combine Relativity Theory with Quantum Mechanics. It has has not yet been achieved with much work to be done. It is not a theory of 'literally everything' although what you suggest would be wonderful if it could only be accomplished.
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Answer #3 | 08/02 2014 07:28
I don't know about a "the" theory of everything - but certainly such a theory should address "everything" and it would be nice if it were true - I'd vote for that description, yes.
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