Dual-aspect monism à la Pauli and Jung perforates the completeness of physics

@inproceedings{Atmanspacher2012DualaspectM,
  title={Dual-aspect monism {\`a} la Pauli and Jung perforates the completeness of physics},
  author={Harald Atmanspacher},
  year={2012}
}
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. They conjectured a picture in which the mental and the material arise as two complementary aspects of one underlying psychophysically neutral reality to which they cannot be reduced and to which direct empirical access is impossible. This picture suggests structural, persistent,re-producible mind… Expand
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