Process Philosophy / Quantum Interpretation

If you’re into the philosophy of science (specifically quantum) you’ll want to look at this.  Otherwise, well, don’t.

“A Process Interpretation of the Transactional Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics”

Abstract
Based on the Transactional Process Ontology (TPO) presented in Section II of this paper, this is an ontological interpretation that seems to solve an interpretational problem of John Cramer’s Transactional Interpretation (TI), namely how to understand its “atemporal” transactions in “pseudo-time”. It seems also capable of solving a “new paradox” of TI, discovered by Cramer, about a seemingly possible effective “retro-causality” which, according to TPO, not necessarily has to be supposed.

ALSO:  “Proposal for a Transactional Process Ontology”

Abstract
Originally based on the equi­valence mass–energy, the discontinuity of energy and the universal, wavelike and enduring, but somewhat unpredictable, properties of elementary particles, and, in a first person perspective, the experience of time, feelings, and life (as an aspect of an inner reality) a certain process concept of time and matter is presented and examined. The result is an “extended natural­istic worldview” that may, hopefully, contribute to a better understanding of the relationship between the first-person and the third-person perspectives, and also, through its, in my view evident, affinity with the Transactional Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics, to a better understanding of the quantum paradoxes.  The concentrated presentation, relying to a large extent on diagrams, is intended to stimulate a visual and intuitive thinking.

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CLICK HERE to discuss with the author (Bo V. Herlin, Stockholm, Sweden)

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