Relativistic hidden variable theories?

Erkenntnis 41 (2):207 - 231 (1994)

Frank Arntzenius
Oxford University
I show that for any quantum dynamics and any choice of observables as hidden variables an adequate hidden variable theory always exists. I argue that hidden variable theories have no more problems in reconciling non-locality with relativity than no-hidden-variable theories.
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