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Philosophical Consequences of Quantum Theory: Reflections on Bell's Theorem
From the beginning, the implications of quantum theory for our most general understanding of the world have been a matter of intense debate. Einstein argues that the theory had to be regarded as fundamentally incomplete. Its inability, for example, to predict the exact time of decay of a single radioactive atom had to be due to a failure of the theory and not due to a ...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published July 31st 1992 by University of Notre Dame Press
(first published June 1989)
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James T. Cushing was born 4 February 1937 in Long Beach, California. In 1959, he earned a BS in physics from Loyola University Chicago; a year later, he earned an MS in physics from Northwestern University. For his doctorate, he focused his research on theoretical particle physics under the guidance of adviser Max Dresden. Jim received his PhD in 1963 from the University of Iowa.More about James T. Cushing...