Journal for General Philosophy of Science 27 (2):267-279 (1996)
|Abstract||The present essay aims at broadening the recent discussion on the issue of holism vs. particularism in quantum physics. I begin with a clarification of the relation between the holism/particularism debate and the discussion of supervenience relation. I then defend particularism in physics (including quantum physics) by considering a new classification of properties of physical systems. With such a classification, the results in the Bell theorem are shown to violate spatial separability but not physical particularism|
|Keywords||Holism particularism Bell's theorem supervenience philosophy of quantum physics|
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