Hans Halvorson
Princeton University
Jeremy Butterfield
Cambridge University
This three-part paper comprises: (i) a critique by Halvorson of Bell’s (1973) paper ‘Subject and Object’; (ii) a comment by Butterfield; (iii) a reply by Halvorson. An Appendix gives the passage from Bell that is the focus of Halvorson's critique.
Keywords quantum mechanics  scientific theories  subject-object distinction
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