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The position that only one's own existence can be demonstrated to exist (and that everything and everyone else cannot.)

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Why isn't extreme solipsism the valid interpretation of quantum mechanics? Obviously, as a community, it would be virtually impossible to find a consensus that this is true. I suspect (actually, I … know) at least some physicists are secret extreme solipsists. Are you? Tell me why extreme solipsism is invalid, besides you just don't like it. …
asked Nov 30 '14 by Jim Maguire
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We really have nothing to say about extreme solipsism other than it's unprovable and untestable. Fine, I accept that. However, doesn't the razor imply solipsism? If I can get away with one observer …
asked Nov 30 '14 by Jim Maguire