A formal framework for quantum non-individuality

Synthese 102 (1):195 - 214 (1995)
H. Post's conception of quantal particles as non-individuals is set in a formal logico-mathematical framework. By means of this approach certain metaphysical implications of quantum mechanics can be further explored.
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