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Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science
In order to arrive at Bohmian mechanics from standard nonrelativistic quantum mechanics one need do almost nothing! One need only complete the usual quantum description in what is really the most obvious way: by simply including the positions of the particles of a quantum system as part of the state description of that system, allowing these positions to evolve in the most natural way. The entire quantum formalism, including the uncertainty principle and quantum randomness, emerges from andoi:10.1007/978-94-015-8715-0_2 fatcat:yxwmhfdlnvgdvfhmoykve2w5uq