Some Papers About Interpreting QFT/QSM

(the papers conjectured to be the most accessible are listed first)

 

Grisbi the Spinone, Pittsburgh, PA

 

(forthcoming b). “Microphysics and Emergence,” in Stathis Psillos (ed.), Proceedings of the First Abdera International Forum in the History and Philosophy of Physics (Athens).

 

         (2002b).  “Interpreting Quantum Field Theory,” Philosophy of Science 69: 348-378.

 

(2006). “Johnny’s So Long at the Ferromagnet,” Philosophy of Science 73 [Proceedings]: 473-486.

 

(2003b).  “A Matter of Degree: Putting Unitary Inequivalence to Work,” Philosophy of Science 70  [Proceedings]: 1329-1342.

 

(forthcoming a). “Interpreting QMī,” in L. Sklar (ed.), Handbook of Philosophy of Physics (Oxford University Press).

 

(1999a). (with Rob Clifton), “Changing the Subject: Redei on Causal Dependence and Screening Off in Relativistic Quantum Field Theory,” Philosophy of Science 66 [Proceedings], S156-S169.

 

(forthcoming c). “The maximal beable program in quantum field theory,” Proceedings of the 13th International Congress in Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science.

 

(2004a).  “Intrinsically Mixed States: an Appreciation,” Studies in the History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 35: 221-239.

 

(2005). (with John Earman), “Relativistic Invariance and Modal Interpretations,” Philosophy of Science 72: 557-583.