
M. Kiessling:
"Review of Jean Bricmont's book "Making Sense of Quantum Mechanics""
[arXiv:1709.05442] (September 2017)
Review of "Making Sense of Quantum Mechanics" by J. Bricmont.

D. Dürr:
"Das Unaussprechliche sprechbar gemacht"
Oldenbourg Verlag (October 2012)
(In German.) Review of "Sechs mÃ¶gliche Welten der Quantenmechanik", the german translation by Wolfgang Köhler of "Speakable and Unspeakable in Quantum Mechanics" by J. S. Bell.

D. Dürr:
"The Wrong, the Good and the Better"
Metascience (June 2012)
Review of "Science, Order and Creativity" by D. Bohm und D. Peat.

J. Bricmont:
"Looking for a quantum ontology"
Metascience 20(1), pp 103106 (March 2011)
Review of "Bohmian Mechanics  The Physics and Mathematics of Quantum Theory" by D. Dürr and S. Teufel.

R. Tumulka and N. Zanghì:
"John Bell Across Space and Time"
American Scientist 91(5), pp 461462 (2003)
Review of "Quantum [Un]speakables: From Bell to Quantum Information" by R. Bertlmann and A. Zeilinger (editors).

S. Goldstein:
"A Theorist Ignored"
Science 275, pp 18931894 (1997)
Review of "Infinite Potential. The Life and Times of David Bohm" by F. D. Peat.

S. Goldstein:
"Bohmian Mechanics and the Quantum Revolution"
Synthese 107, pp 145165 (1996)
Reviewessay of "Speakable and Unspeakable in Quantum Mechanics" by J. S. Bell and "The Undivided Universe  An Ontological Interpretation of Quantum Theory" by D. Bohm and B. J. Hiley.

T. Maudlin:
Review of "Quantum Mechanics: Historical Contingency and the Copenhagen Hegemony"
American Journal of Physics, 63(12), pp 11551156 (December 1995)
Review of "Quantum Mechanics: Historical Contingency and the Copenhagen Hegemony" by J. T. Cushing.

S. Goldstein:
"The Undivided Universe  An Ontological Interpretation of Quantum Theory"
Physics Today, p 90 (September 1994)
Review of "The Undivided Universe  An Ontological Interpretation of Quantum Theory" by D. Bohm and B. J. Hiley.