DOI: 10.14704/nq.2015.13.4.869

Quantum Unconscious Pre-Space: A Psychoanalytic/Neuroscientific Analysis of the Cognitive Science of Elio Conte–The Hard Problem of Consciousness, New Approaches and Directions

Richard Lawrence Norman

Abstract


The mathematics, physical and cognitive science of Elio Conte has uncovered essential pieces of form and structural dynamics which are isomorphic across scales, and may be observed in macro-ontologic and onto-psychologic neuroanatomical interactivity. This paper will take depth psychology alongside of neuroscience, and detail several of these parallels. A proposed relation between the pre-space and its subsequent projection as defined by Clifford algebra and the formative activities of the unconscious in perception is put forward. The derivation of logic from quantum theory and its simultaneous role as a formative basis beneath quantum theory are drawn into macro-focus with neuroanatomical symbolic analysis to be observed in the mental system as isomorphic in basic structure. A hint is provided at the possible implications of this series of analyses.

Keywords


affect; wave-function; Clifford algebra; hard problem; pre-space

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