Paradigms & paradoxes; the philosophical challenge of the quantum domain [by] Arthur Fine [and others] Editor: Robert G. Colodny.

; Fine, Arthur
[Pittsburgh] University of Pittsburgh Press [1972] .

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Other Authors Fine, Arthur.
Subjects Physics -- Philosophy.
Quantum theory -- History.
Series University of Pittsburgh series in the philosophy of science ; v. 5.
Description xix, 446 p. 24 cm.
Notes "Based on public lectures given in a series which the Center for Philosophy of Science has sponsored annually at the University of Pittsburgh since 1960."
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Some conceptual problems of quantum theory, by A. Fine.--Philosophical implications of contemporary particle physics, by G. Feinberg.--The physics of logic, by D. Finkelstein.--The nature of quantum mechanical reality: Einstein versus Bohr, by C. A. Hooker.--A formal approach to the philosophy of science, by B. C. Van Fraassen.--On the conceptual structure of quantum mechanics, by H. Stein.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00309667
(OCoLC)309667
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