# Bell's theorem: A bridge between the measurement and the mind/body problems

@inproceedings{Ydri2021BellsTA, title={Bell's theorem: A bridge between the measurement and the mind/body problems}, author={Badis Ydri}, year={2021} }

In this essay a quantum-dualistic, perspectival and synchronistic interpretation of quantum mechanics is further developed in which the classical world-from-decoherence which is perceived (decoherence) and the perceived world-in-consciousness which is classical (collapse) are not necessarily identified. Thus, Quantum Reality or ”unus mundus” is seen as both i) a physical non-perspectival causal Reality where the quantum-to-classical transition is operated by decoherence, and as ii) a quantum…

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