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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2003.1.2.10

Quantum-neurodynamics and the Relation to Conscious Experience

Gustav Bernroider


The main function of the brain is to allow adaptation and mentation and any ‘explanation’ of these functions requires a relation of the neurophysical (brain processes) to the neurophenomenal (experience). In this paper it is argued that such a relation can plausibly be established by applying Bohm’s principle of implicate quantum-physical order to the neural state space. In this context, the main role behind neural dynamics is to ‘explicate’ universal signals into a Cartesian space-time representation and interaction selective neural activities. The diagrammatic principles that help to conceptualize these processes are explained.


neural dynamics, brain, quantum physics, Cartesian space-time

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