Department of Philosophy and Religion
Ithaca, NY, USA
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Healey, R. : ‘Quantum States as Objective Informational Bridges’, Foundations of Physics, 47, pp. 161–73.
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Wallace, D. [unpublished]: ‘Interpreting the Quantum Mechanics of Cosmology’.
 Healey uses ‘quantum theory’ rather than ‘quantum mechanics’ as his account is meant to apply not only to the non-relativistic quantum mechanics of particles, but also to quantum field theory and even proposed accounts of quantum gravity.
 These inferences are intended to be ‘material’ inferences (Sellars ), which needn’t be deductively valid.
 It does bear a similarity to Bohr’s views, for example, that ‘Physics concerns what we can say about nature’ (see p. 253).