QBism from a Phenomenological Point of View: Husserl and QBism

@inproceedings{Tremblaye2020QBismFA,
  title={QBism from a Phenomenological Point of View: Husserl and QBism},
  author={Laura de la Tremblaye},
  year={2020}
}
The recent introduction of a Bayesian interpretation of the equations of quantum mechanics led us to reconsider the status of physical theories and our relation to knowledge. From the QBist point of view, the quantum state, that generates probabilities by way of the Born rule, is not referring to the microsystem anymore, but rather to the possible results of an observation originating from a certain user. Yet, if the user does not have directly access to the object, how can one be said to… 
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