One mind or many? A note on the Everett interpretation of quantum theory

Synthese 89 (November):283-6 (1991)
  The Everett interpretation of quantum theory requires either the existence of an infinite number of conscious minds associated with each brain or the existence of one universal consciousness. Reasons are given, and the two ideas are compared
Keywords Consciousness  Quantum Theory  Science
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DOI 10.1007/BF00413909
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