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A proposed test of temporal nonlocality in bistable perception
Abstract The concept of temporal nonlocality is used to refer to states of a (classical) system that are not sharply localized in time but extend over a time interval of non-zero duration. WeExpand
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Dual-aspect monism à la Pauli and Jung perforates the completeness of physics
In the mid 19th century, the physicist Wolfgang Pauli and the psychologist Carl Gustav Jung developed a philosophical position for the mind-matter problem that is today called dual-aspect monism.Expand
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A Comparative Classification of Complexity Measures
Abstract A number of different measures of complexity have been described, discussed, and applied to the logistic map. A classification of these measures has been proposed, distinguishing homogeneousExpand
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Quantum Zeno features of bistable perception
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A generalized quantum theoretical framework, not restricted to the validity domain of standard quantum physics, is used to model the dynamics of the bistable perception of ambiguous visual stimuli such as the Necker cube. Expand
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Pragmatic information and dynamical instabilities in a multimode continuous-wave dye laser
Observations of the behavior of a multimode continuous-wave dye laser around instabilities are interpreted using the concept of pragmatic information. It is demonstrated that this concept containsExpand
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Mental states as macrostates emerging from brain electrical dynamics.
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Psychophysiological correlations form the basis for different medical and scientific disciplines, but the nature of this relation has not yet been fully understood. Expand
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Epistemic and Ontic Quantum Realities
Quantum theory has provoked intense discussions about its interpretation since its pioneer days. One of the few scientists who have been continuously engaged in this development from both physicalExpand
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Quantum Approaches to Consciousness
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Weak Quantum Theory: Complementarity and Entanglement in Physics and Beyond
The concepts of complementarity and entanglement are considered with respect to their significance in and beyond physics. A formally generalized, weak version of quantum theory, more general thanExpand
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