I was having a conversation with a biographer of Schrödinger about the physicist's works and philosophy. I asked him if he eventually accepted that his "Cat (mental) experiment" could be actually real, but he told me that not really because he thought that observable elements such as cats are just "constructs" out of perceptions. This suggests that he denied that observables existed
But in this article 1 it appears to indicate that Schrödinger precisely thought that these constructs were the blocks of reality:
"Constructs which enable one to perform daily or experimental actions so efficiently must be taken as seriously as the hypothetical transcendent entities of metaphysical realism"
So this appears to indicate that Schrödinger thought that "constructs" were real entities.
So, did Schrödinger deny the existence of "constructs" or, on the contrary, consider them as the blocks of nature? Did he eventually accept that his "Cat experiment" could be real?