In a recent paper on Foundations of Physics, Stephen Boughn reinforces a view that is more shared in the area of the foundations of quantum mechanics than it would deserve, a view according to which quantum mechanics does not require nonlocality of any kind and the common interpretation of Bell theorem as a nonlocality result is based on a misunderstanding. In the present paper I argue that this view is based on an incorrect reading of the presuppositions of the EPR argument and the Bell theorem and, as a consequence, is unfounded

Laudisa, F. (2018). Stop making sense of Bell’s theorem and nonlocality?. EUROPEAN JOURNAL FOR PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE, 8(2), 293-306 [10.1007/s13194-017-0187-z].

Stop making sense of Bell’s theorem and nonlocality?

Laudisa, F
2018

Abstract

In a recent paper on Foundations of Physics, Stephen Boughn reinforces a view that is more shared in the area of the foundations of quantum mechanics than it would deserve, a view according to which quantum mechanics does not require nonlocality of any kind and the common interpretation of Bell theorem as a nonlocality result is based on a misunderstanding. In the present paper I argue that this view is based on an incorrect reading of the presuppositions of the EPR argument and the Bell theorem and, as a consequence, is unfounded
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Bell’s theorem; Non-locality; Classicality; Counterfactuality
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Laudisa, F. (2018). Stop making sense of Bell’s theorem and nonlocality?. EUROPEAN JOURNAL FOR PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE, 8(2), 293-306 [10.1007/s13194-017-0187-z].
Laudisa, F
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