عنوان مقاله [English]
The Copenhagenian interpretation of quantum physics, influenced by the philosophical foundations of phenomenology, presents the phenomenology of quantum physics with the duality of phenomenon and phenomenon, which results in the inherent luck and probability of ruling nature.Therefore, the results of experiments related to non-defined quantum particles, such as electrons and photons, may be different in each experiment. On the other hand, Sadra's system of wisdom, given the philosophical foundations of wisdom, such as the negation of the oyster and the causality of phenomena in the universe, has the ability to provide a realistic and causal interpretation of quantum physics. Therefore, while expressing the phenomenological approach of quantum physics in describing the inherent probability and indeterminacy of nature, it is necessary to explain its fundamental difference with the foundations of transcendent wisdom.According to the findings of this study, nature and probability are not inherent in nature and quantum experiments can be described as causal and realistic. That is, the difference in phenomena in the repetition of a similar experiment from a given phenomenon, even at the level of single particles, is a function of causal relationships. In this paper, the data are collected as a library and described as descriptive-analytical. Its perspective is the philosophical implications of each interpretation of quantum physics, such as the rejection or acceptance of realism, which is left to future research.