Quantum leaps in the philosophy of mind: Reply to Bourget's critique

Journal of Consciousness Studies 11 (12):43-49 (2004)
David Bourget has raised some conceptual and technical objections to my development of von Neumann’s treatment of the Copenhagen idea that the purely physical process described by the Schrödinger equation must be supplemented by a psychophysical process called the choice of the experiment by Bohr and Process 1 by von Neumann. I answer here each of Bourget’s objections
Keywords Consciousness  Decoherence  Quantum Mechanics  Science  Bourget, D
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