Against Quantum Indeterminacy

Thought: A Journal of Philosophy 6 (3):204-213 (2017)
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Abstract

A growing literature is premised on the claim that quantum mechanics provides evidence for metaphysical indeterminacy. But does it? None of the currently fashionable realist interpretations involve fundamental indeterminacy and the ‘standard interpretation’, to the extent that it can be made out, doesn't require indeterminacy either.

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David Glick
University of California, Davis

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