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Sophisticated Philosophy and Physics,
This review is from: Niels Bohr's Philosophy of Physics (Paperback)
This book is concerned with the philosophical interpretation of quantum physics that Bohr developed over his career (and thus, over the development of quantum physics), but there are fairly explicit physical arguments (Gedanken experiments) that clearly expose the issues at hand. This is very appropriate for Bohr's work.
The presentation of Bohr's argument with Einstein on the time/energy uncertainty inequality is the clearest I have ever seen.
For people interested in the meaning of quantum mechanics: You will need to know the quantum physics. There are also a couple of very detailed chapters on other philosophers' views of Bohr and quantum physics, including fairly recent commentary.