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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2003.1.3.21

Quantum Physics and the Mind-Brain Problem: A Response to Godfroid's Gauge Theory

George A. Mashour

Abstract

Godfroid's concept of psychiagenia is an attempt to posit a common root to both brain and mind, a project that has its origins in the philosophy of Spinoza. Godfroid develops Spinoza's work, as well as the neutral monism of Hartmann, by introducing string theory as a means of formalizing psychiagenia. Godfroid does a fine job of introducing the historical background of his work, as well as illustrating both the strengths and weaknesses of his theory.

Keywords

Psychiagenia; Godfroid's concept

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