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  • Aspect, A. [1992], “Bell's Theorem: the naïve view of an experimentalist,” in Quantum [Un]speakables, R.A. Bertlmann and A. Zeilinger (eds.), Berlin-Heidelberg-New York: Springer, 119–153. (Scholar)
  • Aspect, A. [1999], “Bell's inequality test: more ideal than ever,” Nature, 398: 189–190. (Scholar)
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  • Aspect, A., Dalibard, J., and Roger, G. [1982], “Experimental test of Bell's Inequalities using time-varying analyzers,” Physical Review Letters, 49: 1804–1807. (Scholar)
  • Baublitz, M., and Shimony, A. [1996], “Tension in Bohm's interpretation of quantum mechanics,” in J. Cushing, A. Fine and S. Goldstein (eds.), Bohmian Mechanics and Quantum Mechanics: An Appraisal (Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 184), Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 251–264. (Scholar)
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  • Bell, J.S. [1971], “Introduction to the hidden-variable question,” in Foundations of Quantum Mechanics (Proceedings of the International School of Physics ‘Enrico Fermi’, course IL), B. d’Espagnat (ed.), New York: Academic, 171–181. (Scholar)
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  • Bell, J.S. [1987], Speakable and Unspeakable in Quantum Mechanics, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, revised edition, 2004. (Contains reprints of the preceding and related papers. (Scholar)
  • Bell, J.S. [1990], “La nouvelle cuisine,” in Between Science and Technology, A. Sarlemijn and P. Kroes (eds.), Amsterdam: Elsevier. (Scholar)
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  • Clauser, J.F., Horne, M.A., Shimony, A., and Holt, R.A. [1969], “Proposed experiment to test local hidden-variable theories,” Physical Review Letters, 23: 880–884.. (Scholar)
  • Clauser, J.F. and Shimony, A. [1978], “Bell's Theorem: experimental tests and implications,” Reports on Progress in Physics, 41: 1881–1927. (Scholar)
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  • d'Espagnat, B. [1976], Conceptual Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, 2nd ed., Reading MA: Benjamin. (Scholar)
  • d'Espagnat, B. [1984], “Nonseparability and the tentative descriptions of Reality,“ Physics Reports, 110: 201–264. (Scholar)
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  • Eberhard, P. [1978], “Bell's theorem and the different concepts of locality,” Nuovo Cimento, 46B: 392–419. (Scholar)
  • Einstein, A., Podolsky, B., and Rosen, N. [1935], “Can quantum-mechanical description of physical reality be considered complete?Physical Review, 47: 770–780. (Scholar)
  • Freedman, S.J. and Clauser, J.F. [1972], “Experimental test of local hidden variable theories,” Physical Review Letters, 28: 938–941. (Scholar)
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  • Fine, A. [1982b], “Joint distributions, quantum correlations, and commuting observables,” Journal of Mathematical Physics, 23: 1306–1310. (Scholar)
  • Fine, A. [1999], “Locality and the Hardy theorem,” in J. Butterfield and C. Pagonis (eds), From Physics to Philosophy, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Scholar)
  • Fry, E.S. and Thompson, R.C. [1976], “Experimental test of local hidden-variable theories,” Physical Review Letters, 37: 465–468. (Scholar)
  • Fry, E.S., and Walther, T. [1997], “A Bell Inequality experiment based on molecular dissociation — Extension of the Lo-Shimony proposal to 199Hg (nuclear spin ½) dimers,” in Experimental Metaphysics, R.S. Cohen, M. Horne, and J. Stachel (eds.), Dordrecht-Boston-London: Kluwer, 61–71. (Scholar)
  • Fry, E.S. and Walther, T. [2002], “Atom based tests of the Bell Inequalities – the legacy of John Bell continues,” in Quantum [Un]speakables, R.A. Bertlmann and A. Zeilinger (eds.), Berlin-Heidelberg-New York: Springer, 103-117. (Scholar)
  • Ghirardi, G.C., Rimini, A., and Weber, T. [1980], “A general argument against superluminal transmission through the quantum mechanical measurement process,” Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 27: 293–298.
  • Gisin, N. [1991], “Bell's inequality holds for all non-product states,” Physics Letters A, 154(5,6): 201–202. [Note: this paper was published with an erroneous title and ought to have been published under the title “Bell's inequality is violated by all non-product states.”] (Scholar)
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  • Greenberger, D.M., Horne, M.A., and Zeilinger, A. [1989], “Going beyond Bell's Theorem,” in Bell’s Theorem, Quantum Theory and Conceptions of the Universe, M. Kafatos (ed.), Dordrecht-Boston-London: Kluwer, 69–72. (Scholar)
  • Greenberger, D.M., Horne, M.A., Shimony, A., Zeilinger, A. [1990],“Bell's theorem without inequalities,” American Journal of Physics, 58: 1131–1143. (Scholar)
  • Groeblacher, S., Paterek, T, Kaltenbaeck, R., Brukner, C., Zukowski, M., Aspelmeyer, M., and Zeilinger, A. [2007], “An experimental test of local realism,” Nature, 446: 871–875. (Scholar)
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  • Holt, R.A. [1973], “Atomic Cascade Experiments,” Ph.D. Thesis, Physics Department, Harvard University. (Scholar)
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  • Jarrett, J.P. [1984], “On the physical significance of the locality conditions in the Bell arguments,” Noûs, 18: 569–589. (Scholar)
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  • Lamehi-Rachti, M. and Mittig, W. [1976], “Quantum mechanics and hidden variables: A test of Bell's inequality by the measurement of spin correlation in low-energy proton-proton scattering,” Physical Review D, 14: 2543–2555. (Scholar)
  • Leggett, A.J. [2003], “Nonlocal hidden-variable theories and quantum mechanics: An incompatibility theorem,” Foundations of Physics, 33: 1469–1493. (Scholar)
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  • Mermin, N.D. [1986], “Generalizations of Bell's Theorem to higher spins and higher correlations,” in Fundamental Questions in Quantum Mechanics, L.M. Roth and A. Inomato (eds.), New York: Gordon and Breach, 7–20. (Scholar)
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  • Shimony, A., [1978], “Metaphysical problems in the foundations of quantum mechanics,” International Philosophical Quarterly, 8: 2–17. (Scholar)
  • Shimony, A. [1993], Search for a Naturalistic World View, vol. 1, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 202–243, 274–298. (Scholar)
  • Shimony, A., [1994] “Empirical and rational components in scientific confirmation,” in PSA 1994, vol. 2, D. Hull, M. Forbes, and R.M. Burian (eds.), East Lansing, MI: Philosophy of Science Association. (Scholar)
  • Shimony, A. [2001], “The logic of EPR,” Annales de la Fondation Louis de Broglie, 26 (no spécial 3/3): 399–410. (Scholar)
  • Shimony, A. and Stein, H. [2001], “Comment on ‘Nonlocal character of quantum theory,’ ” American Journal of Physics, 69: 848–853. (Scholar)
  • Shimony, A. and Stein, H. [2003], “On quantum non-locality, special relativity, and counterfactual reasoning,” in Revisiting the Foundations of Relativisitc Physics: Festschrift in Honor of John Stachel, A. Ashtekar, R.S. Cohen, D. Howard, J. Renn, S. Sarkar, and A. Shimony (eds.), Dordrecht-Boston-London: Kluwer, 499–521. (Scholar)
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  • Thompson, C.H. [1996], “The Chaotic Ball: an intuitive analogy for EPR experiments,” Foundations of Physics Letters, 9: 357. (Scholar)
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  • Walther, T., and Fry, E.S. [1997], “On some aspects of an Hg based EPR experiment,” Proceedings of the workshop in Honor of E.C.G. Sudarshan, Zeitschrift fűr Naturforschung, 54a: 20–24. (Scholar)
  • Weihs, G., Jennewein, T., Simon, C., Weinfurter, H., and Zeilinger, A. [1998] “Violation of Bell's inequality under strict Einstein locality condition, “ Physical Review Letters, 81: 5039–5043. (Scholar)
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  • Zeilinger, A. [1999], “Experiment and the foundations of quantum physics,” Reviews of Modern Physics, 71: S288-S297. (Scholar)

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