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Oxford Handbook of the History of Quantum Interpretations

Kojevnikov, Alexei; Darrigol, Olivier; Hartz, Thiago; Joas, Christian; Pessoa Jr, Osvaldo; Bacciagaluppi, Guido; Freire Jr, Olival

Oxford University Press

03/2022

1312

Dura

Inglês

9780198844495

15 a 20 dias

2076

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Olival Freire Jr, Guido Bacciagaluppi, Olivier Darrigol, Thiago Hartz, Christian Joas, Alexei Kojevnikov, and Osvaldo Pessoa Jr.: Introduction

Part I - Quantum physics: scientific and philosophical issues under debate

1: Franck Laloe: Quantum mechanics is routinely used in laboratories with great success, but no consensus on its interpretation has emerged

2: Wayne Myrvold: Philosophical issues raised by quantum theory and its interpretations

Part II - Historical landmarks of the interpretations and foundations of quantum physics

3: Anthony Duncan and Michel Janssen: Quantization conditions, 1900-1925

4: Massimiliano Badino: Of weighting and counting: statistics and ontology in the old quantum theory

5: Helge Kragh: Dead as a doornail? Zero-point energy and Low-temperature physics in early quantum theory

6: Martin Jaehnert and Christoph Lehner: The early debates about the interpretation of quantum mechanics

7: Christian Joas: Foundations and applications: the creative tension in the early development of quantum mechanics

8: Guido Bacciagaluppi: The statistical interpretation: Born, Heisenberg and von Neumann, 1926-27

9: Klaus Hentschel: A perennially grinning Cheshire cat? Over a century of experiments on light quanta and their perplexing interpretations

10: Daniela Monaldi: The evolving understanding of quantum statistics

11: Osvaldo Pessoa Jr.: The measurement problem

12: Michel Paty: Einstein's criticisms of quantum mechanics

13: David Kaiser: Tackling loopholes in experimental tests of Bell's inequality

14: Thiago Hartz: The measuring process in quantum field theory

15: Alexander Blum and Bernadette Lessel: The interpretation debate and quantum gravity

16: Alexei Grinbaum: Quantum information and the quest for reconstruction of quantum theory

17: Olivier Darrigol: Natural reconstructions of quantum mechanics

18: Klaas Landsman: The axiomatization of quantum theory through functional analysis: Hilbert, von Neumann, and beyond

19: Fabio Freitas: Tony Leggett's challenge to quantum mechanics and its path to decoherence

Part III - Places and contexts relevant for the interpretations of quantum theory

20: Don Howard: The Copenhagen interpretation

21: Anja Skaar Jacobsen: Copenhagen and Niels Bohr

22: Elise Crull: Grete Hermann's Interpretation of quantum mechanics

23: Climerio Paulo da Silva Neto: Instrumentation and the foundations of quantum mechanics

24: Jose G. Perillan: Early Solvay councils: rhetorical lenses for quantum convergence and divergence

25: Flavio Del Santo: The foundations of quantum mechanics in post-war Italy's cultural context

26: Jean-Philippe Martinez: Foundations of quantum physics in the Soviet Union

27: Kenji Ito: Early Japanese reactions to the interpretation of quantum mechanics, 1927-1943

28: Josep Simon: Form and meaning: textbooks, pedagogy, and the canonical genres of quantum mechanics

29: Indianara Silva: Chien-Shiung Wu's contributions to experimental philosophy

30: Sebastian Murgueitio Ramirez: On how Epistemological Letters changed the foundations of quantum mechanics

31: Thomas Ryckman: Quantum interpretations and 20th century philosophy of science

Part IV - Historical and philosophical theses

32: Stefano Osnaghi: Bohr and the epistemological lesson of quantum mechanics

33: Olival Freire Jr: Making sense of the century-old scientific controversy over the quanta

34: Kristian Camilleri: Orthodoxy and heterodoxy in the postwar era

35: Paul Forman: The reception of the Forman thesis in modernity and postmodernity

36: Alexei Kojevnikov: Quantum historiography and cultural history: revisiting the Forman thesis

37: Richard Staley: The co-creation of classical and modern physics and the foundations of quantum mechanics

38: Giora Hon and Bernard R. Goldstein: Interpretation in electrodynamics, atomic theory, and quantum mechanics

Part V - The proliferation of interpretations

39: Jeffrey Bub: Hidden variables

40: Jeffrey Barrett: Pure wave mechanics, relative states, and many worlds

41: Herve Zwirn: Is QBism a possible solution to the conceptual problems of quantum mechanics?

42: Karen Barad: Agential realism: a relation ontology interpretation

43: Carlo Rovelli: Relational interpretation

44: Jean-Jacques Szczeciniarz and Joseph Kouneiher: Philosophy of wholeness and the general and new concept of order: Bohm's and Penrose's points of view

45: Valia Allori: Spontaneous localization theories

46: Decio Krause, Jonas Arenhart, and Otavio Bueno: The non-individuals interpretation of quantum mechanics

47: Dennis Dieks: Modal interpretations of quantum mechanics

48: Gustavo Rocha, Dean Rickles, and Florian Boge: A brief historical perspective on the consistent histories interpretation of quantum mechanics

49: Jean Bricmont: Einstein, Bohm and Bell: a comedy of errors

50: Alexander Pechenkin: The statistical (ensemble) interpretation of quantum mechanics

51: Emilio Santos: Stochastic interpretations of quantum mechanics

Part I - Quantum physics: scientific and philosophical issues under debate

1: Franck Laloe: Quantum mechanics is routinely used in laboratories with great success, but no consensus on its interpretation has emerged

2: Wayne Myrvold: Philosophical issues raised by quantum theory and its interpretations

Part II - Historical landmarks of the interpretations and foundations of quantum physics

3: Anthony Duncan and Michel Janssen: Quantization conditions, 1900-1925

4: Massimiliano Badino: Of weighting and counting: statistics and ontology in the old quantum theory

5: Helge Kragh: Dead as a doornail? Zero-point energy and Low-temperature physics in early quantum theory

6: Martin Jaehnert and Christoph Lehner: The early debates about the interpretation of quantum mechanics

7: Christian Joas: Foundations and applications: the creative tension in the early development of quantum mechanics

8: Guido Bacciagaluppi: The statistical interpretation: Born, Heisenberg and von Neumann, 1926-27

9: Klaus Hentschel: A perennially grinning Cheshire cat? Over a century of experiments on light quanta and their perplexing interpretations

10: Daniela Monaldi: The evolving understanding of quantum statistics

11: Osvaldo Pessoa Jr.: The measurement problem

12: Michel Paty: Einstein's criticisms of quantum mechanics

13: David Kaiser: Tackling loopholes in experimental tests of Bell's inequality

14: Thiago Hartz: The measuring process in quantum field theory

15: Alexander Blum and Bernadette Lessel: The interpretation debate and quantum gravity

16: Alexei Grinbaum: Quantum information and the quest for reconstruction of quantum theory

17: Olivier Darrigol: Natural reconstructions of quantum mechanics

18: Klaas Landsman: The axiomatization of quantum theory through functional analysis: Hilbert, von Neumann, and beyond

19: Fabio Freitas: Tony Leggett's challenge to quantum mechanics and its path to decoherence

Part III - Places and contexts relevant for the interpretations of quantum theory

20: Don Howard: The Copenhagen interpretation

21: Anja Skaar Jacobsen: Copenhagen and Niels Bohr

22: Elise Crull: Grete Hermann's Interpretation of quantum mechanics

23: Climerio Paulo da Silva Neto: Instrumentation and the foundations of quantum mechanics

24: Jose G. Perillan: Early Solvay councils: rhetorical lenses for quantum convergence and divergence

25: Flavio Del Santo: The foundations of quantum mechanics in post-war Italy's cultural context

26: Jean-Philippe Martinez: Foundations of quantum physics in the Soviet Union

27: Kenji Ito: Early Japanese reactions to the interpretation of quantum mechanics, 1927-1943

28: Josep Simon: Form and meaning: textbooks, pedagogy, and the canonical genres of quantum mechanics

29: Indianara Silva: Chien-Shiung Wu's contributions to experimental philosophy

30: Sebastian Murgueitio Ramirez: On how Epistemological Letters changed the foundations of quantum mechanics

31: Thomas Ryckman: Quantum interpretations and 20th century philosophy of science

Part IV - Historical and philosophical theses

32: Stefano Osnaghi: Bohr and the epistemological lesson of quantum mechanics

33: Olival Freire Jr: Making sense of the century-old scientific controversy over the quanta

34: Kristian Camilleri: Orthodoxy and heterodoxy in the postwar era

35: Paul Forman: The reception of the Forman thesis in modernity and postmodernity

36: Alexei Kojevnikov: Quantum historiography and cultural history: revisiting the Forman thesis

37: Richard Staley: The co-creation of classical and modern physics and the foundations of quantum mechanics

38: Giora Hon and Bernard R. Goldstein: Interpretation in electrodynamics, atomic theory, and quantum mechanics

Part V - The proliferation of interpretations

39: Jeffrey Bub: Hidden variables

40: Jeffrey Barrett: Pure wave mechanics, relative states, and many worlds

41: Herve Zwirn: Is QBism a possible solution to the conceptual problems of quantum mechanics?

42: Karen Barad: Agential realism: a relation ontology interpretation

43: Carlo Rovelli: Relational interpretation

44: Jean-Jacques Szczeciniarz and Joseph Kouneiher: Philosophy of wholeness and the general and new concept of order: Bohm's and Penrose's points of view

45: Valia Allori: Spontaneous localization theories

46: Decio Krause, Jonas Arenhart, and Otavio Bueno: The non-individuals interpretation of quantum mechanics

47: Dennis Dieks: Modal interpretations of quantum mechanics

48: Gustavo Rocha, Dean Rickles, and Florian Boge: A brief historical perspective on the consistent histories interpretation of quantum mechanics

49: Jean Bricmont: Einstein, Bohm and Bell: a comedy of errors

50: Alexander Pechenkin: The statistical (ensemble) interpretation of quantum mechanics

51: Emilio Santos: Stochastic interpretations of quantum mechanics

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Part I - Quantum physics: scientific and philosophical issues under debate

1: Franck Laloe: Quantum mechanics is routinely used in laboratories with great success, but no consensus on its interpretation has emerged

2: Wayne Myrvold: Philosophical issues raised by quantum theory and its interpretations

Part II - Historical landmarks of the interpretations and foundations of quantum physics

3: Anthony Duncan and Michel Janssen: Quantization conditions, 1900-1925

4: Massimiliano Badino: Of weighting and counting: statistics and ontology in the old quantum theory

5: Helge Kragh: Dead as a doornail? Zero-point energy and Low-temperature physics in early quantum theory

6: Martin Jaehnert and Christoph Lehner: The early debates about the interpretation of quantum mechanics

7: Christian Joas: Foundations and applications: the creative tension in the early development of quantum mechanics

8: Guido Bacciagaluppi: The statistical interpretation: Born, Heisenberg and von Neumann, 1926-27

9: Klaus Hentschel: A perennially grinning Cheshire cat? Over a century of experiments on light quanta and their perplexing interpretations

10: Daniela Monaldi: The evolving understanding of quantum statistics

11: Osvaldo Pessoa Jr.: The measurement problem

12: Michel Paty: Einstein's criticisms of quantum mechanics

13: David Kaiser: Tackling loopholes in experimental tests of Bell's inequality

14: Thiago Hartz: The measuring process in quantum field theory

15: Alexander Blum and Bernadette Lessel: The interpretation debate and quantum gravity

16: Alexei Grinbaum: Quantum information and the quest for reconstruction of quantum theory

17: Olivier Darrigol: Natural reconstructions of quantum mechanics

18: Klaas Landsman: The axiomatization of quantum theory through functional analysis: Hilbert, von Neumann, and beyond

19: Fabio Freitas: Tony Leggett's challenge to quantum mechanics and its path to decoherence

Part III - Places and contexts relevant for the interpretations of quantum theory

20: Don Howard: The Copenhagen interpretation

21: Anja Skaar Jacobsen: Copenhagen and Niels Bohr

22: Elise Crull: Grete Hermann's Interpretation of quantum mechanics

23: Climerio Paulo da Silva Neto: Instrumentation and the foundations of quantum mechanics

24: Jose G. Perillan: Early Solvay councils: rhetorical lenses for quantum convergence and divergence

25: Flavio Del Santo: The foundations of quantum mechanics in post-war Italy's cultural context

26: Jean-Philippe Martinez: Foundations of quantum physics in the Soviet Union

27: Kenji Ito: Early Japanese reactions to the interpretation of quantum mechanics, 1927-1943

28: Josep Simon: Form and meaning: textbooks, pedagogy, and the canonical genres of quantum mechanics

29: Indianara Silva: Chien-Shiung Wu's contributions to experimental philosophy

30: Sebastian Murgueitio Ramirez: On how Epistemological Letters changed the foundations of quantum mechanics

31: Thomas Ryckman: Quantum interpretations and 20th century philosophy of science

Part IV - Historical and philosophical theses

32: Stefano Osnaghi: Bohr and the epistemological lesson of quantum mechanics

33: Olival Freire Jr: Making sense of the century-old scientific controversy over the quanta

34: Kristian Camilleri: Orthodoxy and heterodoxy in the postwar era

35: Paul Forman: The reception of the Forman thesis in modernity and postmodernity

36: Alexei Kojevnikov: Quantum historiography and cultural history: revisiting the Forman thesis

37: Richard Staley: The co-creation of classical and modern physics and the foundations of quantum mechanics

38: Giora Hon and Bernard R. Goldstein: Interpretation in electrodynamics, atomic theory, and quantum mechanics

Part V - The proliferation of interpretations

39: Jeffrey Bub: Hidden variables

40: Jeffrey Barrett: Pure wave mechanics, relative states, and many worlds

41: Herve Zwirn: Is QBism a possible solution to the conceptual problems of quantum mechanics?

42: Karen Barad: Agential realism: a relation ontology interpretation

43: Carlo Rovelli: Relational interpretation

44: Jean-Jacques Szczeciniarz and Joseph Kouneiher: Philosophy of wholeness and the general and new concept of order: Bohm's and Penrose's points of view

45: Valia Allori: Spontaneous localization theories

46: Decio Krause, Jonas Arenhart, and Otavio Bueno: The non-individuals interpretation of quantum mechanics

47: Dennis Dieks: Modal interpretations of quantum mechanics

48: Gustavo Rocha, Dean Rickles, and Florian Boge: A brief historical perspective on the consistent histories interpretation of quantum mechanics

49: Jean Bricmont: Einstein, Bohm and Bell: a comedy of errors

50: Alexander Pechenkin: The statistical (ensemble) interpretation of quantum mechanics

51: Emilio Santos: Stochastic interpretations of quantum mechanics