- Conference date: 14–18 June 2009
- Location: Växjö (Sweden)
Bohr’s approach to the measurement process implies a shifty split between the classical and quantum descriptions of the world. The current work presents arguments purporting to show that this split has not been satisfactorily removed from subsequent interpretations of the quantum theory. However, in their attempts to do so, rather obscure notions needed to be invoked, which were anticipated, explicitly or implicitly, and carefully circumvented by Bohr. We discuss von Neumann’s description of the measurement process, the decoherence approach, the de Broglie‐Bohm interpretation, and dynamical collapse models.
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