On a realistic interpretation of quantum mechanics

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The best mathematical arguments against a realistic interpretation of quantum mechanics – that gives definite but partially unknown values to all observables – are analysed and shown to be based on reasoning that is not compelling. This opens the door for an interpretation that, while respecting the indeterministic nature of quantum mechanics, allows to… (More)

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