Quantum nonlocality without counterfactual definiteness?
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Stapp's recent proof of the nonlocality of quantum mechanics is critically discussed. It is demonstrated that in his derivation of the Bell inequalities an extra requirement, over locality, is used, which is tantamount to counterfactual definiteness, and that is not a consequence of locality.
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- Quantum nonlocality without counterfactual definiteness?
Foundations of Physics Letters
Volume 3, Issue 4 , pp 325-342
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- quantum mechanics
- hidden-variables theory
- Bell inequalities
- counterfactual definiteness