Quantum Randomness and Underdetermination

Philosophy of Science 87 (3):391-408 (2020)
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We consider the nature of quantum randomness and how one might have empirical evidence for it. We will see why, depending on one’s computational resources, it may be impossible to determine whether...



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Simon Huttegger
University of California, Irvine
Jeffrey Barrett
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