## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 72N. Zanichelli, 1979 - Nuclear physics |

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The answer is : quantum logic , which

From a purely logical point of view , QL admits of a number of different syntactical

and semantical descriptions ( which

The answer is : quantum logic , which

**turns**out to be a weaker logic than CL .From a purely logical point of view , QL admits of a number of different syntactical

and semantical descriptions ( which

**turn**out to be all equivalent ) .Page 285

above : Material dialogs about A and B are carried out in

all material dialogs about A and B have always the same result , the formal

commensurability k ( A , B ) is proven . Using this definition one finds that the ...

above : Material dialogs about A and B are carried out in

**turn**; if it is certain thatall material dialogs about A and B have always the same result , the formal

commensurability k ( A , B ) is proven . Using this definition one finds that the ...

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is determined by the structure of the ( 4 ) G , which in

intercrossings of all the other ( 3 ) G ' S . Whether one starts with ( 3 ) G ' s as

primary and regards the « event » as a derived concept , or vice versa , might

make little ...

is determined by the structure of the ( 4 ) G , which in

**turn**derives from theintercrossings of all the other ( 3 ) G ' S . Whether one starts with ( 3 ) G ' s as

primary and regards the « event » as a derived concept , or vice versa , might

make little ...

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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