Il Protagora 9:163-180 (2007)

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Valia Allori
Northern Illinois University
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In this paper (in Italian) we discuss how quantum theories can be thought of as having the same structure. If so, even the theories that appear to be about the wave function are incomplete, even if in a way which is very different from the one Einstein proposed.
Keywords quantum mechanics  primitive ontology
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