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Quantum Theory , the Implicate Order and the Self

@inproceedings{Hiley2000QuantumT,
  title={Quantum Theory , the Implicate Order and the Self},
  author={B. Hiley},
  year={2000}
}
  • B. Hiley
  • Published 2000
  • We present a general discussion of how quantum theory may help to bring about a deeper understanding of the mind/matter relationship. We then examine the particular features of Bohm’s ontological interpretation which makes this closer relationship possible. We show how these ideas can be extended to include more radical concepts that are needed to quantize the gravitational field. A consequence of all this is that the distinction between mind and matter is further eroded, opening up the… CONTINUE READING

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