The Einstein–Bohr Debate: Finding a Common Ground of Understanding?

@article{Farouki2019TheED,
  title={The Einstein–Bohr Debate: Finding a Common Ground of Understanding?},
  author={Nayla Farouki and Philippe Grangier},
  journal={Foundations of Science},
  year={2019},
  volume={26},
  pages={97-101}
}
After reminding the main issues at stake in the famous Einstein–Bohr debate initiated in 1935, we tentatively propose a way to get them closer, thus shedding a new light on this historical discussion. 
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