The central message that Bohr and von Neumann taught us about the Standard Quantum Logic is that it can be viewed as a manifold of interlocking perspectives that cannot be embedded into a single perspective. Hence, the perspectives cannot be viewed as perspectives on one real world.

So, even considering one world as a methodological principle breaks down in the quantum micro-domain.

David A Edwards

Unity, Disunity and Pluralism in Science

Atomic Discourse in the Feynman Lectures on Physics

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