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No. While it is true that in quantum mechanics a "Feynman integral" is a "path integral" (i.e. an integral of functions defined on a space of paths), in quantum field theory Feynman integration is performed on functions defined on a space of fields - so no paths in this case. In fact, you could try the opposite: make "path-integrals&...


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