The Mind Matters: Consciousness and Choice in a Quantum World

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Figures x
  • Introduction 1
  • I - Preliminaries 9
  • 1 - General Approach and Assumptions 11
  • 2 - Mental Events 38
  • 3 - The Consensus 63
  • II - Against Mechanism 97
  • 4 - More and Different Information 99
  • 5 - Plausible Reasoning 114
  • 6 - Consciousness Selected by Evolution 157
  • 7 - Folk Psychology 173
  • 8 - Transcending the Code 188
  • III - Quantum Mechanics 197
  • 9 - Historical Outline 230
  • 11 - The Quantum Mechanical State 258
  • 12 - The Development of the Quantum State 297
  • 13 - Combined Systems 311
  • 14 - The Measurement Problem 321
  • 15 - Quantum Theory and Reality 354
  • IV - Mind and the World 379
  • 16 - Outline of a Theory of Mind 381
  • 17 - The Self 403
  • 18 - Time 431
  • 19 - Sketches for a World-View 444
  • References 465
  • NAME INDEX 475
  • SUBJECT INDEX 478
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