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Quantum Reality: The Quest for the Real Meaning of Quantum Mechanics - A Game of Theories 2020 book

Quantum Reality: The Quest for the Real Meaning of Quantum Mechanics - A Game of Theories

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Quantum Reality: The Quest for the Real Meaning of Quantum Mechanics - A Game of Theories

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ISBN : 0198830157, 9780198830160 
publisher: Oxford University Press 
publish year: 2020 
pages: 313 
language: English 
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Table Of Contents

Cover
Quantum Reality
Copyright
Dedication
Contents
About the Author
Preamble
Prologue: Why Didn’t Somebody Tell Me About All This Before?
Part I: The Rules of the Game
	Chapter 1: The Complete Guide to Quantum Mechanics (Abridged)
		Nature is lumpy, not smooth and continuous
		Waves are particles and particles are waves
		Everything we think we know about a quantum system is supposed to be summarized in its wavefunction
		No, seriously, electrons really do behave like waves
		The wavefunction gives us only probabilities: in quantum mechanics we can only know what might happen, not what will happen
		Quantum probability is not like classical probability
		For a specific physical system or situation, thereis no such thing as the ‘right’ wavefunction
		Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle is aboutwhat we can know. It is not about whatwe can only hope to measure
	Chapter 2: Just What is This Thing Called 'Reality', Anyway?
	Chapter 3: Sailing on the Sea of Representation
	Chapter 4: When Einstein Came Down to Breakfast
Part II: Plaing the Game
	Chapter 5: Quantum Mechanics is Complete So Just Shut Up and Calculate: The View from Scylla: The Legacy of Copenhagen, Relational Quantum Mechanics, and the Role of Information
	Chapter 6: Quantum Mechanics is Complete But We Need to Reinterpret What it Says: Revisiting Quantum Probability: ReasonableAxioms, Consistent Histories, and QBism
	Chapter 7: Quantum Mechanics is Incomplete So We Need to Add Some Things: Statistical Interpretations Based on Local and Crypto Non-local Hidden Variables
	Chapter 8: Quantum Mechanics is Incomplete So We Need to Add Some Other Things: Pilot Waves, Quantum Potentials, and Physical Collapse Mechanisms
	Chapter 9: Quantum Mechanics is Incomplete Because We Need to Include My Mind (Or Should That Be Your Mind?): Von Neumann’s Ego, Wigner’s Friend, the Participatory Universe, and the Quantum Ghost in the Machine
	Chapter 10: Quantum Mechanics is Incomplete Because . . . Okay, I Give Up: The View from Charybdis: Everett, Many Worlds, and the Multiverse
Epilogue: I’ve Got a Very Bad Feeling about This
Appendix: Realist Propositions and the Axioms of Quantum Mechanics
	Realist Propositions (Chapters 2 and 3)
	The Axioms of Quantum Mechanics (Chapter 4)
Acknowledgements
List of Figure Acknowledgements
Endnotes
Bibliography
Index


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