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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2003.1.3.19

Origin of the Principles of Quantum Theory

Zbigniew Jacyna-Onyszkiewicz


A new interpretation of the quantum theory is proposed, allowing an explanation of the origins of the theory principles and its mathematical formalism. In contrast to the hitherto interpretations it is based on the objective idealistic ontology in the version proposed by George Berkeley. The interpretation proposed explains-in consistence with the relativity theory - the results of the correlation experiments implying that an unobserved elementary particle does not exist objectively (beyond our consciousness) or that a quantum system makes a non-divisive unity bound through non-spacetime interactions. According to this interpretation, both these possibilities occur simultaneously.


Principles of quantum theory, Berkeley’s ontology ■consciousness, interpretation of quantum theory

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