What is the opposite of "realism" in quantum mechanics? I have been spending an awful lot of time reading about the philosophy of science where the opposite of "realism", insofar as "realism" constitutes a category coherent enough to be meaningfully negated, is "anti-realism". Is this true as well in quantum mechanics? Neither "local anti-realism" nor "local non-realism" nor permutations of variations thereof return very many search results, certainly many less than "non-local realism" and permutations of variations thereof. Am I using the right terminology for theories that relax various criteria for reality/realism in quantum mechanics? Or is there really just not a whole written on theories that relax the reality criteria?