As the title says, I am looking for books on the philosophy of quantum mechanics; more specifically on ontology and or epistemolgy. So far I've found Tim Maudlin's Philosophy of Physics: Quantum Theory, which is quite broad, however I would like more suggestions.
I am not an expert in the field of philosophy of quantum mechanics. However, I would like to recommend some books that draw my attention from these authors' discussions.
An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science: Philosophical Foundations of Physics - Part VI Beyond Determinism (by Prof. Rudolf Carnap) [Intro]
Physics and Philosophy: The Revolution in Modern Science (by Prof. Werner Heisenberg)
As Professor Carnap added a comment to this book in a footnote [Intro,p.288],
On this point, ... I would like to recommend a little book by Werner Heisenberg called ... . It contains a clear account of the...
Philosophical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics (by Prof. Hans Reichenbach)
The Logic of Modern Physics - p.186-195 (by Prof. Percy W. Bridgman)
The Conceptual Development of Quantum Mechanics (by by Prof. Max Jammer)
The Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics: The Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics in Historical Perspective (by Prof. Max Jammer)
Although, these books might not related to the topics in ontology or epistemology (but one may find inspiration from these books), maybe it is better to skim the parts of the content before deciding whether you would like to spend time on them.