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Mind and Matter: Aspects of the Implicate Order Described Through Algebra

Basil J. Hiley

Mind and Matter: Aspects of the Implicate Order Described Through Algebra

B. J. Hiley,Physics Department, Birkbeck College, London, WC1E 7HX.

Abstract.

Bohm has argued that the fundamental problems in quantum mechanics arise because we insist on using the outmoded Cartesian order to describe quantum processes and has proposed that a more coherent account can be developed using new categories based on the implicate order. This requires that we take process as basic and develop an algebra of process. In this paper we discuss some aspects of the basis of this algebra and show how it accommodates some of the algebras fundamental to quantum mechanics. We ...

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