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A priori Knowledge and the KochenSpecker Theorem
, 2008
"... We introduce and formalize a notion of “a priori knowledge ” about a quantum system, and show some properties about this form of knowledge. Finally, we show that the KochenSpecker theorem follows directly from this study. 1 ..."
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We introduce and formalize a notion of “a priori knowledge ” about a quantum system, and show some properties about this form of knowledge. Finally, we show that the KochenSpecker theorem follows directly from this study. 1
Time independence of BooleBell conditions of possible Classical Experience
 EUROPHYSICS LETTERS
, 2002
"... The theorem of Bell is a variant of Boole’s legendary consistency “conditions of possible experience.” Such an interpretation appears to be immune to arguments involving time dependencies put forward recently by Hess and Philipp [Europhysics Letters 57(6), 775781, 2002], although experiments need ..."
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The theorem of Bell is a variant of Boole’s legendary consistency “conditions of possible experience.” Such an interpretation appears to be immune to arguments involving time dependencies put forward recently by Hess and Philipp [Europhysics Letters 57(6), 775781, 2002], although experiments need not be.
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"... I don’t see the point of not assuming that agents know the correct model of the economy. This is not economics. 1 Economists who have relied on the rational expectations hypothesis are now seeking to demonstrate that rational expectiations equilibria can emerge in ..."
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I don’t see the point of not assuming that agents know the correct model of the economy. This is not economics. 1 Economists who have relied on the rational expectations hypothesis are now seeking to demonstrate that rational expectiations equilibria can emerge in