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Bohr, QBism, and Beyond

@article{Mohrhoff2019BohrQA,
  title={Bohr, QBism, and Beyond},
  author={Ulrich J. Mohrhoff},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2019}
}
  • U. Mohrhoff
  • Published 26 July 2019
  • Philosophy
  • arXiv: Quantum Physics
QBism may be the most significant contribution to the search for meaning in quantum mechanics since Bohr, even as Bohr's philosophy remains the most significant revision of Kant's theory of science. There are two ironies here. Bohr failed to realize the full extent of the affinity of his way of thinking with Kant's, and QBists fail to realize the full extent of their agreement with Bohr. While Bohr's discovery of contextuality updates Kant's transcendental philosophy in a way that leaves the… 

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