DOI: 10.14704/nq.2019.17.6.2428

Subjective Universe

Daegene Song

Abstract


Ever since the deeply intuitive Bell inequalities argument and its subsequent experimental verification were presented, non-locality has been at the heart of quantum theory and clearly departs from its classical counterpart. On the other hand, a puzzling aspect of quantum entanglement is that it shows faster-than-light signaling between Alice and Bob to be impossible. In this paper, we argue that the compatibility between special relativity and quantum theory supports the acceptance of subjective reality over objective reality. Indeed, subjective reality derived from entanglement theory is consistent with a model of interwoven matter and mind relating to the non-computability of self-referential consciousness. This paper provides a relevant philosophical discussion of the preceding themes.

Keywords


reality, subjectivity, non-locality, entanglement

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