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Is QBism a possible solution to the conceptual problems of quantum mechanics?

‘A measurement (in the usual sense) is just a special case of what QBism calls experience and this is any action done by any agent on her external world. The result of the measurement is the experience that the agent gets from her action on her personal world. (…) Seeing quantum theory as something that deals only with the object-subject relation may in fact be our best bet at arriving at explanations more profound and radical than anything we could have imagined.’

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