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Quantum Mechanics, Ontology, and Non-Reflexive Logics

Krause, Décio (2016) Quantum Mechanics, Ontology, and Non-Reflexive Logics. QUANTUM MECHANICS INTERPRETATIONS.

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This is a general philosophical paper where I overview some of my ideas concerning the non-reflexive foundations of quantum mechanics (NRFQM). By NRFQM I mean an interpretation of QM that considers an involved on- tology of non-individuals as explained in the text. Thus, I do not endorse a purely instrumentalist view of QM, but believe that it speaks of something, and then I try to show that one of the plausible views of this ‘something’ is as entities devoided of identity conditions.


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Krause, Déciodeciokrause@gmail.com
Keywords: non-reflexive logics, non-reflexive quantum mechanics, non-in- dividuals, quantum ontology, quasi-set theory
Depositing User: Décio Krause
Date Deposited: 29 Dec 2016 14:38
Last Modified: 29 Dec 2016 14:38
Item ID: 12721
Journal or Publication Title: QUANTUM MECHANICS INTERPRETATIONS
Publisher: Open Academic Press
Official URL: http://www.openacademicpress.de/ojs2/index.php/PQC...
Date: 2016
URI: http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/id/eprint/12721

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