## The Undivided Universe: An Ontological Interpretation of Quantum TheoryFirst published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. |

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User Review - YesNoMaybe - LibraryThingThis book presents Bohm's interpretation of quantum physics. I don't agree with the interpretation, but the presentation is clear and more detailed than one gets in science survey texts. One can use ... Read full review

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### Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction | 1 |

Chapter 2 Ontological versus epistemological interpretations of the quantum theory | 10 |

Chapter 3 Causal interpretation of the onebody system | 22 |

Chapter 4 The manybody system | 45 |

Chapter 5 Transition processes considered as independent of observation | 60 |

Chapter 6 Measurement as a special case of quantum process | 79 |

Chapter 7 Nonlocality | 110 |

Chapter 8 The large scale world and the classical limit of the quantum theory | 132 |

Chapter 10 The ontological interpretation of the Pauli equation | 171 |

Chapter 11 The ontological interpretation of boson fields | 193 |

Chapter 12 On the relativistic invariance of our ontological interpretation | 230 |

Chapter 13 On the manyworlds interpretation | 251 |

Chapter 14 Extension of ontological theories beyond the domain of quantum mechanics | 269 |

Chapter 15 Quantum theory and the implicate order | 294 |

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Chapter 9 The role of statistics in the ontological interpretation of the quantum theory | 150 |

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The Undivided Universe: An Ontological Interpretation of Quantum Theory David Bohm No preview available - 1993 |

The undivided universe: an ontological interpretation of quantum theory David Bohm,Basil J. Hiley No preview available - 1995 |

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