Discussion. More about dynamical reduction and the enumeration principle

British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 50 (4):719-734 (1999)
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Abstract

In view of the arguments put forward by Clifton and Monton [this volume], we reconsider the alleged conflict of dynamical reduction models with the enumeration principle. We prove that our original analysis of such a problem is correct, that the GRW model does not meet any difficulty and that the reasoning of the above authors is inappropriate since it does not take into account the correct interpretation of the dynamical reduction theories

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