Quantum Objects are Vague Objects
French (Steven) & Krause (Décio)
Source: Sorites 6, August 1996: 21-33
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    Is there vagueness in the world? This is the central question that we are concerned with. Focusing on identity statements around which much of the recent debate has centred, we argue that 'vague identity' arises in quantum mechanics in one of two ways. Fi

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