## Paradigms and Paradoxes: The Philosophical Challenge of the Quantum DomainThe revolution involving the foundations of the physical sciences heralded by relativity and quantum theories has been stimulating philosophers for many years. Both of these comprehensive sets of concepts have involved profound challenges to traditional theories of epistemology, ontology, and language. This volume gathers six experts in physics, logic and philosophy to discuss developments in space exploration and nuclear science and their impact on the philosophy of science. |

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### Contents

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Philsosphical Implications of Contemporary Particle Physics | 33 |

The Physics of Logic | 47 |

Einstein Versus Bohr | 67 |

Part I Einsteins Objections to Quantum Theory | 69 |

Part II The Philosophy of Niles Bohr | 132 |

Postscript | 209 |

Appendices | 213 |

A Formal Aproach to the Philosophy of Science | 303 |

On the Cenceptual Structure of Quantum Mechanics | 367 |

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Paradigms and Paradoxes: The Philosophical Challenge of the Quantum Domain Robert G. Colodny No preview available - 1972 |

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