- Title Pages
- 1 What Is Science?
- Part I Determinism and Indeterminism in Classical Perspective
- 2 Determinism
- 3 Indeterminism and Probability
- Part II How the Phenomena Demand Quantum Theory
- 4 The Empirical Basis of Quantum Theory
- 5 New Probability Models and Their Logic
- Part III Mathematical Foundations
- 6 The Basic Theory of Quantum Mechanics
- 7 Composite Systems, Interaction, and Measurement
- Part IV Questions of Interpretation
- 8 Critique of the Standard Interpretation
- 9 Modal Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics<sup>1</sup>
- 10 EPR: When Is a Correlation not a Mystery?<sup>1</sup>
- 11 The Problem of Identical Particles
- 12 Identical Particles: Individuation and Modality<sup>1</sup>
- (p.21) 2 Determinism
- Quantum Mechanics
Bas C. van Fraassen
- Oxford University Press
A sustained discussion of the relation between the concepts of determinism, symmetry, invariance, time, and conservation laws, in general terms.
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