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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|ISBN:||0415223210 9780415223218 0415223229 9780415223225|
|Description:||ix, 266 p. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Is it possible to be a realist about quantum mechanics? --
Quantum theory and the logic of anti-realism --
Bell, Bohm and the EPR debate: a case for nonlocal realism --
Quantum worlds without end: the multiverse according to Deutsch --
Should philosophers take lessons from quantum theory? --
Putnam's progress: quantum theory and the flight from realism --
Can logic be quantum-relativized? Putnam, Dummett and the 'great quantum muddle' --
From Copenhagen to the stars: some ways of quantum worldmaking.
|Series Title:||Critical realism--interventions.|
"Norris's book is a very clear and engaging introduction to the tensions between realism and QM, and it could be especially helpful for first-time readers in this difficult field."