Conscious Experience and Quantum Consciousness Theory: Theories, Causation, and Identity
E-LOGOS, 2019, vol. 2019, issue 2, 14-34
Generally speaking, the existence of experience is accepted, but more challenging has been to say what experience is and how it occurs. Moreover, philosophers and scholars have been talking about mind and mental activity in connection with experience as opposed to physical processes. Yet, the fact is that quantum physics has replaced classical Newtonian physics in natural sciences, but the scholars in humanities and social sciences still operate under the obsolete Newtonian model. There is already a little research in which mind and conscious experience are explained in terms of quantum theory. This article argues that experience is impossible to be both a physical and non-physical phenomenon. When discussing causality and identity as transcendental, quantum theory may imply the quantum physical nature of conscious experience, where a person associates causality to conscious experience, and, thus, the result is that the double-aspect theory and the mind/brain identity theory would be refuted.
Keywords: experience; mentality; physicality; contrariety; quantum consciousness theory; double-aspect theory; mind/brain identity theory (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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