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AHARANOV, Y. and BOHM, D. [1959] `Significance of Electromagnetic Potentials in the Quantum Theory', Physical Review, 115, pp. 485 - 491.

ANDRÄ, H.J. [1970] `Zero-Field Quantum Beats Subsequent to Beam Foil Excitation', Physical Review Letters, 25, pp. 325 - 327.

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ARMSTRONG, D.M. [1978] `Beliefs as States', pp. 411 - 425 in Toumela [1978].

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BARACCA, A., BOHM, D., HILEY, B.J. and STUART, A.E.G. [1975] `On Some New Notions Concerning Locality and Non-locality in the Quantum Theory', Il Nuovo Cimento, 28B, pp. 453 - 466.

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BARBOUR, J.B. [1986] `Leibizian Time, Machian Dynamics and quantum gravity', pp. 236 - 246 in Penrose & Isham (eds) [1986].

BAUMANN, K. [1975] `State Reduction without Measuring Process', Acta Physica Austriaca, 42, pp. 73 - 74.

BEDFORD, D. and WANG, D. [1975] 'Toward an Objective Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics', Il Nuovo Cimento, 26B, pp. 313 - 325.

BEDFORD, D. and WANG, D. [1977] `A Criterion for Spontaneous State Reduction', Il Nuovo Cimento, B37, pp. 55 - 62.

BELIFANTE, F.J. [1973] A Survey of Hidden Variable Theories, Pergamon Press, Oxford.

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BELL, J.S. [1987] Speakable and Unspeakable in Quantum Mechanics, Cambridge University Press.

BENATTI, F., GHIRARDI, G.C., RIMINI, A. and WEBER T. [1987] `Quantum Mechanics with Spontaneous Localisation and the Quantum Theory of Measurement', Il Nuovo Cimento, 100B, pp. 27 - 41.

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BERRY, M.V., CHAMBERS, R.G., LARGE, M.D., UPSTILL, C. and WALMSLEY, J.C. [1980] `Wavefront Dislocations in the Aharanov-Bohm Effect and its Water Wave Analogue', European Journal of Physics, 1, pp. 154 - 162.

BERRY, M.V. [1986] `The Aharanov-Bohm Effect is Real Physics Not Ideal Physics', pp. 319 - 320 in V. Gorini and A. Frigerio (eds.) Fundamental Aspects of Quantum Theory, Plenum Press, Nato ASI series, Vol. 144.

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BOHM, D. [1980] Wholeness and the Implicate Order, Routledge and Kegan Paul.

BOHM, D. and BUB, J. [1966] `A Proposed Solution of the Measurement Problem in Quantum Mechanics by a Hidden Variable Theory', Reviews of Modern Physics, 38, pp. 453 - 475.

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BROAD, C.D. [1925] Mind and Its Place in Nature, Routledge and Kegan Paul, London.

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BUSSEY, P.J. [1987] `The Fate of Scrödinger's Cat', Physics Letters A, 120, pp. 51 - 53.

CAPEK, M. [1961] The Philosophical Impact of Contemporary Physics, Van Nostrand.

CAPEK, M. [1971] Bergson and Modern Physics, D. Reidel, Dordrecht.

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CARTWRIGHT, N. [1983] How the Laws of Physics Lie, Clarendon Press.

CHAPPELL, V.C. [1961] `Whitehead's Theory of Becoming', Journal of Philosophy, 58, pp. 516 - 528.

CLAUSER, J.F. and SHIMONY, A. [1978] `Bell's Theorem: Experimental Tests and Implications', Reports on Progress in Physics, 41, pp. 1881 - 1927.

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CRAMER, J.G. [1980] `Generalized Absorber Theory and the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Paradox', Physical Review D, 22, pp. 362 - 376.

* CRAMER, J.G. [1983] Foundations of Physics, 13, p. 887.

CRAMER, J.G. [1986] `The Transactional Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics', Reviews of Modern Physics, 58, pp. 647 - 687.

DAVIDSON, D. [1963] `Actions, Reasons and Causes' Journal of Philosophy, 60, pp. 685 - 700. Reprinted pp. 3 - 19 in D. Davidson, Essays on Actions and Events, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1980.

DAVIDSON, D. [1967] `Causal Relations', Journal of Philosophy, 64, pp. 691 - 703. Reprinted pp. 149 - 162 in D. Davidson, Essays on Actions and Events, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1980.

DAVIES, P.C.W and BROWN, J. (eds.) [1988] Superstrings: A Theory of Everything?, Cambridge University Press.

DEUTSCH, D. [1986] `Three Connections between Everett's Interpretation and Experiment', pp. 215 - 225 in Penrose & Isham (eds) [1986].

DIJKSTERHUIS, E.J. [1961] The Mechanization of the World Picture, Oxford University Press.

DUCASSE, C.J. [1964] `'Substants', Capacities and Tendencies', Review of Metaphysics, 18, pp. 23 - 37.

DUMMETT, M. [1977] Elements of Intuitionism, Clarendon Press, Oxford.

EDWARDS, D.A. [1985] ``Atomic Discourse in the `Feynman Lectures in Physics''', Synthese, 65, pp. 445 - 480.

EINSTEIN, A., PODOLSKY, B. and ROSEN, N. [1935] `Can Quantum-mechanical Description of Reality be Considered Complete?', Physical Review, 47, pp. 777 - 780.

d'ESPAGNAT, B. [1979] In Search of Reality, Springer-Verlag, New York, 1983.

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FABER, R.G. [1986] Clockwork Garden, University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst.

FEYNMAN, R.P. [1967] The Character of Physical Law, MIT Press, Cambridge.

FEYNMAN, R.P. [1985] QED. The Strange Story of Light and Matter, Princeton University Press.

FEYNMAN, R.P. and HIBBS, A.R. [1965] Quantum Mechanics and Path Integrals, McGraw-Hill, New York.

FRANKLIN, J. [1986] `Are Dispositions Reducible to Categorical Properties?', The Philosophical Quarterly, 36, pp. 62 - 64.

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GHIRARDI, G.C., RIMINI, A. and WEBER T. [1986] `Unified Dynamics for Microscopic and Macroscopic Systems', Physical Review, D34, pp. 470 - 491.

GIBBINS, P.F. [1987] Particles and Paradoxes: The Limits of Quantum Logic, Cambridge University Press.

GOTTHELF, A. [1986] `Aristotle's Conception of Final Causality', Review of Metaphysics, 30, pp. 226 - 254.

GRAVES, J.C. [1971] Conceptual Foundations of Contemporary Relativity Theory, M.I.T. Press.

GRÜNBAUM, A. [1973] Philosophical Problems of Space and Time, D. Reidel, Dordrecht, Vol. XII in the Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science.

HARRÉ, R. [1970a] `Powers', The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 21, pp. 81 - 101.

HARRÉ, R. [1970b] The Principles of Scientific Thinking, Macmillan.

HARRÉ, R. and MADDEN, E.H. [1975] Causal Powers: A Theory of Natural Necessity, Blackwell.

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HEISENBERG, W. [1958] Physics and Philosophy, Allen & Unwin, London.

HEISENBERG, W. [1961] On Modern Physics, Orion Press, London.

HERBERT, N. [1985] Quantum Reality: Beyond the New Physics, Rider, London.

HOOKER, C.A. [1973] `Metaphysics and Modern Physics: A Prolegomenon to the Understanding of Quantum Theory', pp. 174 - 304 in Hooker (ed.) [1973] Contemporary Research in the Foundations and Philosophy of Quantum Theory, D. Reidel.

HUME, D. [1739] Treatise of Human Nature, Book I, section XIV, Collins.

HUMPHREYS, P. [1985] 'Why Propensities Cannot Be Probabilities', Philosophical Review, 94, pp. 557 - 570.

JAHN, R.G. and DUNNE, B.J. [1986] `On the Quantum Mechanics of Consciousness, with Application of Anomalous Phenomena', Foundations of Physics, 16, pp. 721 - 772.

JAMMER, M. [1966] The Conceptual Development of Quantum Mechanics, McGraw-Hill, New York.

JAMMER, M. [1974] The Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics, John Wiley & Sons.

JOHNSON, W.E. [1924] Logic, Cambridge University Press.

KAEMPFFER, F.A. [1965] Concepts in Quantum Mechanics, Academic Press.

KANT, I. [1747] Thoughts on the True Estimation of Living Forces, §9 - 10.

KÁROLYHÁZY, F., FRENKEL, A. and LUKÁCS, B. [1986] `On the possible role of gravity in the reduction of the wave function', pp. 109 - 128 in Penrose & Isham (eds) [1986].

KYBERG, H.E. [1974] `Propensities and Probabilities', British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 25, pp. 358 - 375.

LECLERC, I. [1972] The Nature of Physical Existence, Allen & Unwin, Muirhead Library of Philosophy.

LECLERC, I. [1986] The Philosophy of Nature: Studies in Philosophy and the History of Philosophy, Volume 14, The Catholic University of America Press, Washington.

LEIBNIZ, G.W. [1714] Monadology, Open Court, La Salle, 1902.

LEIBNIZ, G.W. [1956] Leibniz's Philosophical Papers and Letters, transl. L.E. Loemker, University of Chicago Press.

LEINAS, J.M. and MYRHEIM, J. [1977] `On the Theory of Identical Particles', Il Nuovo Cimento, 37B, pp. 1 - 23.

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LOCKE, J. [1706] An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Everyman Edition: Dent, London, 1965.

MACKIE, J.L. [1973] Truth, Probability and Paradox, Oxford University Press.

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MARGENAU, H. [1954] `Advantages and Disadvantages of Various Interpretations of the Quantum Theory', Physics Today, 7, pp. 6 - 13.

MAXWELL, N. [1968] `Can There be Necessary Connections between Successive Events?', British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 19, pp. 1 - 25.

MAXWELL, N. [1976] `Towards a Micro Realistic Version of Quantum Mechanics', Foundations of Physics, 6, pp. 275 - 292 and pp. 661 - 676.

MAXWELL, N. [1982] `Instead of Particles and Fields: A Micro Realistic Quantum ``Smearon'' Theory', Foundations of Physics, 12, pp. 607 - 631.

MAXWELL, N. [1985] `Are Probabilism and Special Relativity Incompatible?', Philosophy of Science, 52, pp. 23 - 43.

MAXWELL, N. [1986] `Particle Creation and Annihilation as the Quantum Condition for Probabilistic Events to Occur', preprint, 6 April 1986.

MAXWELL, N. [1988] `Quantum Propensiton Theory: A Testable Resolution of the Wave/Particle Dilemma', British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 39, pp. 1 - 50.

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MELLOR, D.H. [1981] Real Time, Cambridge University Press.

MÜLLER, A. [1974] Quantum Mechanics: A Physical World Picture, Pergamon Press.

PEARLE, P. [1976] `Reduction of the State Vector by a Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation', Physical Review D, 13, pp. 857 - 868.

PEARLE, P. [1986] `Models for Reduction', pp. 84 - 108 in Penrose & Isham (eds) [1986].

PENROSE, R. and ISHAM, C.J. (eds) [1986] Quantum Concepts in Space and Time, Clarendon Press, Oxford.

PENROSE, D. [1986] `Gravity and State Vector Reduction' pp. 129 - 146 in Penrose & Isham (eds) [1986].

PENROSE, D. [1987] `Quantum Physics and Conscious Thought', pp. 105 - 120 in Hiley & Peat (eds.) [1987] Quantum Implications. Essays in honour of David Bohm, Routledge & Kegan Paul, London.

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