Paavo Pylkkänen has just published an article Bohm’s views on mind and matter in Activitas Nervosa Superior entitled “Henry Stapp Vs. David Bohm on Mind, Matter, and Quantum Mechanics“.
An international team of collaborators including Paavo Pylkkänen have just published an editorial in Entropy entitled “Emergent Quantum Mechanics: David Bohm Centennial Perspectives“.
Yesterday, Thu 4th Oct, Oskar MacGregor gave a University of Skövde “Popular Science Café” presentation (in Swedish) on some of the various ethical and privacy hazards of increasing digitalization. The content also did the rounds in local media (again in Swedish).
Paavo Pylkkänen has published an article in Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology entitled “The role of Eastern approaches in David Bohm’s scientific-philosophical odysseia“. Briefly, the article discusses Eastern philosophy’s role in the metaphysical views of famed quantum physicist David Bohm.
Four new publications to add to the list! Our professor, Antti Revonsuo, has a new monograph coming in 2018 with the scholarly publisher Routledge, Foundations of Consciousness. According to the blurb, the book “provides an essential introduction to the scientific and philosophical approaches to consciousness for students in psychology, neuroscience, cognitive science, and philosophy.” An […]
Our very own Joel Parthemore has recently completed an online seminar for the ENSO seminar series – a virtual seminar series which covers “topics on enaction, ecological psychology and related topics.”
Paavo Pylkkänen has published a chapter entitled “Quantum Theory, Active Information and the Mind-Matter Problem” in the World Scientific 2015 anthology Contextuality from Quantum Physics to Psychology. Briefly, the chapter investigates the implications of the suggestion (due to Bohm and Hiley) that a certain type of active information plays a key objective role in quantum […]
Oskar MacGregor has just published an article in the journal Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics entitled “Trivial Love.” Briefly, the article – a response piece to an earlier article by Brian D. Earp, Anders Sandberg and Julian Savulescu, entitled “The Medicalization of Love” – argues that the original article fails to assemble any particularly compelling […]