Positing reality is but mental precepts is a metaphysical position; in fact, being based upon non-physical abstractions, it is necessarily metaphysics and not physics. It is a philosophical stance. Back in 2015, my first introduction to George Ellis was through this conference he and another put together to bring together the top theoretical physicists and philosophers of science to hash out where lay the boundaries of science. Specifically, the focus was on whether or not theoretical physics was a science or a philosophy, particularly in the parts that could never be tested.

 Positing reality is but mental precepts is a metaphysical position; in fact, being based upon non-physical abstractions, it is necessarily metaphysics and not physics. It is a philosophical stance.
Back in 2015, my first introduction to George Ellis was through this conference he and another put together to bring together the top theoretical physicists and philosophers of science to hash out where lay the boundaries of science.
Specifically, the focus was on whether or not theoretical physics was a science or a philosophy, particularly in the parts that could never be tested.

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