I examine a metaphysical theory which accounts for the indeterminism of which quantum mechanics is both cause and symptom. This theory, which I call subjunctive realism, is based on a many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics, where the multiple possible results of observations describe branching states of the object system. Our universe is but one branch of a larger “multiverse”: quantum-mechanical observations provide information regarding the area of the multiverse where the...[Show more]
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