Volume 10 No 4 (2012)
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Reply to a Critic: “Mind Efforts, Quantum Zeno Effect and Environmental Decoherence”
Henry P. Stapp
The original Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics was offered as a pragmatic methodology for making predictions about future experiences on the basis of knowledge gleaned from past experiences. It was, therefore, fundamentally about mental realities, and refrained from speaking about a more inclusive reality. Von Neumann created, later, what is called the orthodox formulation of quantum mechanics.
Quantum Zeno effect, mind, brain, Stapp’s interactive dualism, decoherence
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