QBism: The Future of Quantum Physics

QBism: The Future of Quantum Physics BOOK REVIEWS The downloaded PDF for any Review in this section contains all the Reviews in this section. Craig F. Bohren, Editor Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania 16802; mailing address: P.O. Box 887, Boalsburg, PA 16827; bohren@meteo.psu.edu QBism: The Future of Quantum Physics. Hans Christian Bayes’ theorem, it does nothing to bolster this argument von Baeyer. 265 pp. Harvard U.P., Cambridge, MA, since a frequentist will identify the prior probability of can- 2016. Price: $24.95 (hardcover). ISBN 978-0-674- cer with the base rate in the population. 50464-6. (Richard Healey, Reviewer.) We finally meet QBism in the six short chapters of Part III. von Baeyer anticipates the shocked reaction against its subjec- tivity he expects from those (like him) for whom physics repre- QBism is not a homophonic quantization of an early 20th sented an ideal of objective scientific inquiry into the nature of century art movement but an increasingly influential set of reality. His prior defense of subjective Bayesianism may have ideas on how to understand quantum theory and its implica- softened the blow, but many will still be reluctant to abandon tions for science. This engaging book may serve as its popu- the view that a system’s http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The American Journal of Physics American Association of Physics Teachers

QBism: The Future of Quantum Physics

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American Association of Physics Teachers
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© 2017 American Association of Physics Teachers.
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0002-9505
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10.1119/1.4979557
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BOOK REVIEWS The downloaded PDF for any Review in this section contains all the Reviews in this section. Craig F. Bohren, Editor Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania 16802; mailing address: P.O. Box 887, Boalsburg, PA 16827; bohren@meteo.psu.edu QBism: The Future of Quantum Physics. Hans Christian Bayes’ theorem, it does nothing to bolster this argument von Baeyer. 265 pp. Harvard U.P., Cambridge, MA, since a frequentist will identify the prior probability of can- 2016. Price: $24.95 (hardcover). ISBN 978-0-674- cer with the base rate in the population. 50464-6. (Richard Healey, Reviewer.) We finally meet QBism in the six short chapters of Part III. von Baeyer anticipates the shocked reaction against its subjec- tivity he expects from those (like him) for whom physics repre- QBism is not a homophonic quantization of an early 20th sented an ideal of objective scientific inquiry into the nature of century art movement but an increasingly influential set of reality. His prior defense of subjective Bayesianism may have ideas on how to understand quantum theory and its implica- softened the blow, but many will still be reluctant to abandon tions for science. This engaging book may serve as its popu- the view that a system’s

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