This is a list of general articles about Bohmian Mechanics and related topics. For a list of research articles see Papers.
"History of Quantum Mechanics or the Comedy of Errors"
Article based on a talk about the history of quantum mechanics.
"Yet Another Snapshot of Foundational Attitudes Toward Quantum Mechanics"
arXiv:1306.4646 (June 2013)
The article contains the results of a survey about the foundations of quantum mechanics that was conducted during the conference "Quantum Theory without Observers III" that was held in April 2013 at ZiF in Bielefeld.
"The Emperor's New Swindle"
FQXi News (Foundational Questions Institute) (August 2008)
This is an article about the research collaboration of Detlef Dürr, Sheldon Goldstein, Roderich Tumulka und Nino Zanghi.
"A Deeper Understanding"
FQXi News (Foundational Questions Institute) (October 2007)
This article is about Roderich Tumulka and his research project "Bohmian Mechanics at Space-Time Singularities".
"David Bohm" and "John Bell and Bell's Theorem"
Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Second Edition, edited by D. M. Borchert, Macmillan Reference (2006)
These articles are about the life and work of David Bohm and John Bell. Another article about David Bohm was written by D. Dürr, S. Goldstein and N. Zanghì: "David Joseph Bohm, 1917-1992" (in: Foundations of Physics Letters 6, 1-4 (1993)).
Intelligent Design in the Physics Classroom?
"Forum on Physics & Society" of The American Physical Society, Vol. 35, No. 3 (July 2006)
"Quantenphysik ohne Menschen - Lassen sich die Paradoxien der Quantentheorie vielleicht doch auflösen?" (in German)
Die Welt (March 2005)
An article in the german newspaper "Die Welt" about Bohmian Mechanics.
"Würfelt Gott? Und wenn ja, wann?" (in German)
Süddeutsche Zeitung (January 2000)
This is a report on the Ischia 1999 conference that appeared in the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung.
"The Sokal Hoax: At Whom Are We Laughing?"
Physics Today (September 1998)
In 1996, the physicist Alan Sokal submitted a fake article to Social Text, a postmodern journal devoted to the sociology of science: "Transgressing the Boundaries: Towards a Transformative Hermeneutics of Quantum Gravity". It was published without objection though it was full of senseless claims, being a parody of physics misuse in political philosophy. The article and numerous comments can be found on Sokal's webpage on the Social Text affair. (See also the book "Fashionable Nonsense" by Alan Sokal and Jean Bricmont.)
Beller is an expert in the history of quantum mechanics. She maintains that it is not entirely fair to blame contemporary postmodern philosophers for drawing nonsensical conclusions from quantum physics (as has happened in the context of the "Social Text Affair"), since many such conclusions were drawn by some of the leading quantum physicists themselves.