Modal interpretation of repeated measurement: A rejoinder to Leeds and Healey

Philosophy of Science 64 (4):669-676 (1997)
A recent article argues that the modal interpretation of quantum mechanics does not do justice to immediately repeated non-disturbing measurements. This objection has been raised before, but the article presents it in a new, detailed, precise form. I show that the objection is mistaken
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DOI 10.1086/392577
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