Quantum Learning Beyond Duality

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Rodopi, 2001 - Philosophy - 196 pages
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This book shows quantum learning is the resource that unites parts into wholes and then wholes into continually larger wholes. Just as quantum computers can regard sub-atomic particles as a wave and as particles, quantum learning can understand learners as simultaneously nondual (whole) and dual (part). The study includes a reconsideration of clarity in expression and thought

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Conrad P. Pritscher taught philosophy of education, and multicultural education at Bowling Green State University, Ohio, since 1969. He also taught Explorations in Human Potential, environmental studies, and several other courses. He is a graduate of The Gestalt Institute of Cleveland Post Graduate Intensive Training Program. He is the author of numerous articles and co-author with George David Miller of On Education and Values. Rodopi, 1995. He is a former president of the Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education, The Bowling State University Human Relations Commission, and The People for Racial Justice Committee. He is currently a Board Member of the Fair Housing Center of Northwest Ohio.

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