I wonder if Bohr QM point of view could be labeled as "solipsism" or even "Metaphysical solipsism". Any hint would be appreciated. I may be wrong at some point, so I would be glad to hear other opinions or corrections. According to Bohr (subjective Copenhagen interpretation of Quantum theory) "there is no underlying reality". I have also heard another softer version: "we are unable to describe reality between measurements", but that would be to say that QM is unable to describe reality and that would be equivalent to say that QM is incomplete (Einstein's point of view). I would be very surprised to discover that Bohr stated such a thing! So, I think only hard version "there is no underlying reality" could be really Bohr's world view. Right? If that is true, can we say that Bohr was a solipsist? According to Wikipedia, Metaphysical solipsism is an idealism based on the argument that no reality exists other than one's own mind. I think that is quite the same as to say that "there is no underlying reality", isn't it? Thanks in advance for any other point of view.