Is the Reality Criterion Analytic?

Erkenntnis 86 (6):1445-1451 (2021)
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Abstract

Tim Maudlin has claimed that EPR’s Reality Criterion is analytically true. We argue that it is not. Moreover, one may be a subjectivist about quantum probabilities without giving up on objective physical reality. Thus, would-be detractors must reject QBism and other epistemic approaches to quantum theory on other grounds.

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Florian J. Boge
Bergische Universität Wuppertal
David Glick
University of California, Davis

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