articles relating to mind-matter unification
The revolution will not be brought to you by arXiv
’cos arXiv deems revolutionary ideas ‘inappropriate’.
As obstructive as any censor
Cross readers veto cross listing
‘Reader complaints’ win the day.
The revolution won’t find you through arXiv
So go tune in another way.
In regard to the above, arXiv states explicitly: Moderation helps to ensure that arXiv content is relevant to current research, explicitly admitting its lack of openness to new ideas.
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The following is my collection of philosophically oriented papers on philpapers.org,
as generated by the 'philpapers gadget' (note: if your browser is not
displaying the quotes in the abstracts correctly, changing the text
encoding setting to 'unicode' may help):
- A report on a symposium centred around the question of how
possible it is for science to investigate consciousness: Athens symposium report.
- The paranormal, and other heresies
- Physics and the Mind issues, e.g. is
Quantum Theory all inclusive; subtleties related to complementarity;
where does meaning fit in; what might be behind the parallels between
quantum reality and the world of the mind?
- Futuristic proposals concerned with the possibility of there
being a fundamental connection between music and
- papers concerned with cognition and
development, including language