20.3: Quantum language is located at the center of science
Dr. Hawking said in his best seller book:

$(G):$ Philosophers reduced the scope of their inquiries so much that Wittgenstein the most famous philosopher this century, said "The sole remaining task for philosophy is the analysis of language." What a comedown from the great tradition of philosophy from Aristotle to Kant!

I think that this is not only his opinion but also most scientists' opinion. And moreover, I mostly agree with him. However, I believe that it is worth reconsidering the series in the linguistic world view (① --⑥--⑧--⑩ in Figure 20.1).

It is a matter of course that quantum language is different from pure mathematics. Hence, in spite of Lord Kelvin's saying: Mathematics is the only good metaphysics , I assert that
$(H_1):$ quantum language is located at the center of science
That is, I believe, from the pure theoretical point of view, that quantum language will replace statistics.

$\qquad \qquad $Fig.1.1: The history of world-descriptions

Since quantum language is not physics but language (= metaphysics), quantum language (= the linguistic interpretation of quantum mechanics) is completely different from other interpretations. In this sense, I am convinced that
$(H_2):$ quantum language is forever
even if someone discovers the "final" interpretation of quantum mechanics (i.e., the true quantum mechanics) in the realistic view (i.e., D in Figure 20.1Figure} ). Also, I think that there is a possibility that the true quantum mechanics does not exist within the limits of non-relativistic quantum mechanics. I hope that my proposal will be examined from various view-points.