Many-minds Interpretation

The many-minds interpretation of quantum mechanics extends the many-worlds interpretation by proposing that the distinction between worlds should be made at the level of the mind of an individual observer. The concept was first introduced in 1970 by H. Dieter Zeh as a variant of the Hugh Everett interpretation in connection with quantum decoherence, and later (in 1981) explicitly called a many or multi-consciousness interpretation. The name many-minds interpretation was first used by David Albert and Barry Loewer in their 1988 work Interpreting the Many Worlds Interpretation.

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Many-minds Interpretation - Objections
... Objections that apply to the many-worlds interpretation also apply to the many-minds interpretation ... Another serious objection is that workers in no collapse interpretations have produced no more than elementary models based on the definite existence of specific measuring devices ... In his What is it like to be Schrödinger's cat? (2000), David Lewis argues that the many-minds interpretation of quantum mechanics has absurd implications for ...