Mind, Matter, and Quantum Mechanics

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Springer-Verlag, Jan 1, 1993 - Mind and body. - 248 pages
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This major collection of papers by one of the best known exponents of the puzzles and implications of quantum theory will appeal to anyone who wishes to explore the profound impact that quantum theory has on our basic conception of the nature and matter of consciousness. The unifying theme is finding an answer to the question: how are conscious processes related to brain processes?

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I have long wanted to see some of Stapp's writing since he is one of the few scientists who agree with Penrose in believing that the explanation of consciousness must involve QM. But I found the book ... Read full review


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