quantum mechanics

QUANTUM VS. CLASSICAL LOGIC: THE REVISIONIST APPROACH (pages 579-590)

Submitted by logos on Fri, 12/28/2012 - 10:55
paper title: 

QUANTUM VS. CLASSICAL LOGIC: THE REVISIONIST APPROACH (pages 579-590)

paper type: 
article
paper author: 

Gabriel TÂRZIU

paper author family name: 

TÂRZIU

paper abstract: 

ABSTRACT: Quantum logic can be understood in two ways: as a study of the algebraic structures that appear in the context of the Hilbert space formalism of quantum mechanics; or as representing a non-classical logic in conflict with classical logic. My aim in this paper is to analyze the possibility to sustain, at least in principle, a revisionist approach to quantum logic, i.e. a position according to which quantum logic is ‘the real logic’ which should be adopted instead of classical logic.

paper issue: 
10

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