Quantum Theory of What?. What does quantum theory describe?. What is an object?. An object is a concept. A concept is a result of separating and naming. Thus, an object is always separate from some other object, both of which have names.
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What does quantum theory describe?
• Is it objectively real—i.e., does it exist whether or not it is being observed (ontological existence)?
• There is no wide-spread agreement on the definition of a quantum object.
• There is no wide-spread agreement on the existence of a quantum object.
• No agreement, no existence!