Schrödinger's Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics

Kluwer Academic Publishers (1996)
This book gives a comprehensive account of Schrödinger's successive interpretations of quantum mechanics, culminating in their final synthesis in the 1950s. Schrödinger's original position in the realism-anti-realism debate is analyzed. His views on the wave-corpuscle issue are contrasted with Bohr's, and his conceptions of the measurement problem are systematically compared with current no-collapse interpretations.
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Call number QC173.98.B67 vol. 188
ISBN(s) 0792342666   9780792342663
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