Oxford University Press (1987)
|Abstract||Aiming to unravel the mystery of quantum mechanics, this book is concerned with questions about action-at-a-distance, holism, and whether quantum mechanics gives a complete account of microphysical reality. With rigorous arguments and clear thinking, the author provides an introduction to the philosophy of physics.|
|Keywords||Quantum theory Physics Philosophy|
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|Call number||QC174.12.R43 1987|
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