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The emergent multiverse: quantum theory according to the Everett interpretation

Wallace, David
The emergent multiverse: quantum theory according to the Everett interpretation

The emergent multiverse: quantum theory according to the Everett interpretation

The emergent multiverse: quantum theory according to the Everett interpretation

Wallace, David
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"The Emergent Multiverse is the most extensive, careful, and wide-ranging discussion of Hugh Everett's so-called Many Worlds interpretation of quantum theory in existence (at least on our branch of the multiverse), and is certain to become the locus classicus for all future discussions of the theory.... You won't find a better discussion of both...
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"The Emergent Multiverse is the most extensive, careful, and wide-ranging discussion of Hugh Everett's so-called Many Worlds interpretation of quantum theory in existence (at least on our branch of the multiverse), and is certain to become the locus classicus for all future discussions of the theory.... You won't find a better discussion of both foundational issues and far-flung consequences of the theory anywhere."--Tim Maudlin, Nous"As those who have read Wallace's articles will expect, [this] is an excellent book, and should be required reading for anyone interested in the foundations of quantum mechanics."--Peter J. Lewis, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews"This book is an outstanding achievement. It presents the current state of the art in the Everett interpretation to a depth and level of sophistication that will be appreciated by the leading experts in the foundations of quantum theory (of whom Wallace is one) -- and will educate them, and should chasten most of them."--David Deutsch, Centre for Quantum Computation, The Clarendon Laboratory, University of Oxford. Joint winner of the 2013  Lakatos Prize.