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What can logic learn from quantum mechanics
, 2005
"... We give a logical analysis of quantum measurements as forms of information update. We enumerate some of the “lessons ” that Logic can learn from Quantum Mechanics: (1) the importance of logical dynamics; (2) the fact that quantum physics does not require any modification of the classical laws of “st ..."
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We give a logical analysis of quantum measurements as forms of information update. We enumerate some of the “lessons ” that Logic can learn from Quantum Mechanics: (1) the importance of logical dynamics; (2) the fact that quantum physics does not require any modification of the classical laws of “static ” propositional logic, but only a nonclassical dynamics of information flow; (3) the fact that all informationgathering actions have ontic sideeffects; (4) the fact that this ontic impact might in its turn affect the flow of information, leading to nonclassical epistemic effects and to states of “objectively imperfect information”. 1