Causality and Chance in Modern Physics
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Causality and Chance in Modern Physics

David Bohm

184 pages | 5 1/2 x 8
Paper 1971 | ISBN 9780812210026 | $19.95s | Outside the Americas £14.99
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"Of exceptional importance. A genuine philosophy of nature, written by a physicist."—Hibbert Journal

"Bohm's challenging book perhaps marks the beginning of a retreat from high-flown obscurantism and a return to common sense in science."—Scientific American

"Bohm's ideas deserve careful study. . . . Through the stimulus it will provide for the thoughtful investigation of some of the most searching questions of modern physical science, this book serves a very useful purpose."—Physics Today

David Bohm (1917-1992) was an American-born British theoretical physicist who developed a causal, nonlocal interpretation of quantum mechanics.

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