مبانی فلسفی مکانیک کوانتوم / Philosophical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics

Tehran: Nashre Ney (2016)
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Abstract

With the advent of quantum mechanics in the early 20th century, a great revolution took place in science. The philosophical foundations of classical physics collapsed, and controversial conceptual issues arose: can the quantum mechanical description of physical reality be considered complete? Are the objects of nature inseparable? Do objects not have a specific location before measurement, and are there non-causal quantum jumps? As time passed, not only did the controversies not diminish, but with the decline of positivism, they got more attention. This book, written in Persian, attempts to explain these issues and controversies and their philosophical foundations as simply and critically as possible for those students interested in the philosophical foundations of quantum mechanics.

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Alireza Mansouri
Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies

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