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Łukasik, A. (2010). Mechanika kwantowa a zdrowy rozsądek. Filozofia Nauki, 2(70), 97–111. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: ukasik2010d
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Categories: General
Keywords: common sense, complementarity, double-slit experiment, EPR, nonlocality, quantum mechanics, Schroedinger’s cat
Creators: Łukasik
Collection: Filozofia Nauki
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Quantum mechanics implies many paradoxes (e.g. Schroedinger’s cat, double-slit experiment, non-locality) which are in contradiction to our ordinary experience. To comprehend quantum theory we must revise our understanding of such matters as the objective nature of reality, the nature of causality, and the nature of a complex system and its relation to its components. Finally, common sense seems to be an epistemological obstacle in our undarstanding of the quantum picture of the world.
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