At issue here is biblical interpretation.
Works of art present problems of both interpretation and evaluation.
One final note on indirect interpretation is in order.
In this interpretation, quantum states are fundamentally relative.
Interpretation of a symbol by a definition counts as one type of indirect interpretation.
This description highlights two immediate differences between the model-theoretic interpretation and the ordinary English interpretation.
The merit of Rindler’s interpretation is that it confines the interpretation of Einstein’s equation to what we can validly infer from the postulates of special relativity.
Linguistic interpretation is mainly concerned with what is common or shared in a language; psychological interpretation mainly with what is distinctive to a particular author.
Here we only describe a point of view, which we call the “minimal interpretation”, that seems to be shared by both the adherents of the Copenhagen interpretation and of other views.
An additional complication is that two arguably distinct activities go by the name of “interpretation” in music: what might be called performative and critical interpretation (Levinson 1993).
In the current debate on the interpretation of quantum mechanics, the statistical interpretation (or ensemble interpretation) plays only a marginal role and is, moreover, usually attributed to L.
While he was initially skeptical of Everett’s views, DeWitt became an ardent proponent of the many-worlds interpretation, a theory that DeWitt presented as the EWG interpretation of quantum mechanics after Everett, Wheeler, and DeWitt’s graduate student R.
Today the Copenhagen interpretation is mostly regarded as synonymous with indeterminism, Bohr’s correspondence principle, Born’s statistical interpretation of the wave function, and Bohr’s complementarity interpretation of certain atomic phenomena.
For the moment, we note that the BHK-Interpretation or Proof Interpretation is not an interpretation in this mathematical sense, but is rather a meaning explanation; we will come back to such interpretations and their difference from explanations in section 4.5.2 below.
However, if this interpretation is accepted, another problem emerges, namely that the conversion rules are not valid under a de re interpretation, for if the de re interpretation means that the predicate is modified by the mode, the conversion rules will never be valid.
Analogical interpretation traditionally includes not only interpretation according to the analogy of scripture (parallelism, in other words) but also interpretation according to the “analogy of faith”—an expression that misapplies the language of Romans 12:6 in the King James Version of 1611.
As we shall see, Rindler’s interpretation of mass-energy equivalence attempts to address the first demerit of the Bondi-Spurgin interpretation, while Lange’s interpretation brings to the foreground that the energy of the constituents of a physical system “contributes” to that system’s inertial mass.
A constructive interpretation is one that simultaneously fits the facts of the object of interpretation (in the case of legal interpretation, the object is not some particular communicative act by a lawmaker, but the entire practice of the community) and portrays it as an object that achieves its purpose.
The problems with giving an interpretation (not just a comforting, homey sort of interpretation, i.e., not just an interpretation according to which the world isn't too different from the familiar world of common sense, but any interpretation at all) are dealt with in other sections of this encyclopedia.
Other readings of Everett include the many-minds interpretation (Albert and Loewer 1988, Barrett 1999, chapter 7), the consistent-histories approach (Gell-Mann and Hartle 1990), the Everett-like relational interpretation (Saunders 1995, Mermin 1998) and (what may be called) the many-structures interpretation (Wallace 2005c).
- a mental representation of the meaning or significance of something
- the act of interpreting something as expressed in an artistic performance
- an explanation that results from interpreting something
Example: the report included his interpretation of the forensic evidence
- an explanation of something that is not immediately obvious
Example: the edict was subject to many interpretations
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Other readings of Everett include the many-minds interpretation Albert and Loewer 1988 Barrett 1999 chapter 7 the consistent-histories approach Gell-Mann and Hartle 1990 the Everett-like relational interpretation Saunders 1995 Mermin 1998 and what may be called the many-structures interpretation Wallace 2005c