Does probabilism solve the great quantum mystery?

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Published Sep 6, 2004
Nicholas MAXWELL

Abstract

I put forward a micro realistic, probabilistic version of quantum theory, which specifies the precise nature of quantum entities thus solving the quantum wave/particle dilemma, and which both reproduces the empirical success of orthodox quantum theory, and yields predictions that differ from orthodox quantum theory for as yet unperformed experiments.

How to Cite

MAXWELL, N. (2004). Does probabilism solve the great quantum mystery?. THEORIA. An International Journal for Theory, History and Foundations of Science, 19(3), 321–336. https://doi.org/10.1387/theoria.585
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Keywords

philosophy of science, quantum theory, realism, probabilism, wave/particle dilemma, propensities, measurement.

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