Two views of an objective quantum theory

@article{Freundlich1977TwoVO,
  title={Two views of an objective quantum theory},
  author={Y. Freundlich},
  journal={Foundations of Physics},
  year={1977},
  volume={7},
  pages={279-300}
}
Is the Copenhagen interpretation really a subjective one? What is the special role that observations play in quantum theory? Is there really something peculiar about the projection postulate? Why does the Copenhagenist treat probabilities as properties of individual systems? Is there a measurement problem, and if so, can itin principle be solved within the framework of quantum theory? We offer aconceptual treatment of the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics in which these questions… Expand
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