On the formal connection of the Einstein-podolsky-Rosen argument to quantum mechanics and reality

Erkenntnis 29 (2):269 - 278 (1988)
Abstract
It is argued that formal reconstructions of the EPR-argument do not only show semantical incompleteness, but also incorrectness of quantum mechanics together with the projection postulate. The latter has to be rejected because it contradicts Schrödinger's equation. A logical analogon to the problem is given.
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