Free will in the clustered-minds multiverse, and some comments on S. Sarasvathy’s ‘choice matters’
Christian D. Schade ()
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Christian D. Schade: Entrepreneurial and Behavioral Decision Making, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Mind & Society: Cognitive Studies in Economics and Social Sciences, 2020, vol. 19, issue 2, No 11, 323-330
Abstract This paper sketches a new version of the multiverse interpretation of quantum mechanics, the clustered-minds multiverse, that has been presented in detail elsewhere (Schade 2018, Springer, New York). It briefly shows why it grants us with free will and reflects upon the (im-)possibilty of singular-universe explanations of free will (e.g., Laskey 2018, J Cogn Sci 19–2:125–163). It also critically comments upon S. Sarasvathy's 'choice matters,' one of the other contributions to this mini symposium.
Keywords: Free will; Quantum mechanics; Clustered-minds multiverse; Many-worlds interpretation; Many-minds interpretation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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