DOI: 10.14704/nq.2012.10.2.583

About Subjectivity and Reality: Comments on the letter of Ping Sun and Ravi Prakash “Revisiting the Concepts of Subjectivity and Reality in Many-Worlds View of Consciousness and Super-Consciousness”

Michael B. Mensky


The issues of subjectivity and reality are difficult for analyzing them, but they are extremely interesting and are actively debated in psychology and philosophy. The emergence of quantum mechanics significantly influenced the nature of the debate on these issues. In recent decades many authors apply the Everett’s (“many-worlds”) interpretation of quantum mechanics in this context. I attempted to approach these problems by rewording of the Everett’s concept as coexistence of different “classical realities” which are separated from each other in consciousness (instead of the usual formulation that different “Everett’s worlds” coexist, with a twin of each observer in each Everett’s world). In this formulation it is natural to assume that the separation of alternative classical realities is just what we call consciousness. The direct consequence of this assumption is that turning off consciousness or its weakening stops separation and opens access to all or many alternative classical realities. New abilities arising in this state were called super-consciousness. These abilities include super-intuition (obtaining knowledge from "nowhere") and control of “subjectively perceived reality”. The resulting theory was called Extended Everett Concept (EEC).

NeuroQuantology | June 2012 | Volume 10 | Issue 2| Page 348-349


subjectivity; consciousness; Extended Everett Concept

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