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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. This text was submitted to a journal. There is actually a relatively similar book chapter written by the same author, hence maybe this text also contains some quality.

Enjoy it or ignore it. Introduction The title of this article is inspired, among other things also elaborated here, by the idea of the theory of everything and quantum mechanics and its interpretations Penrose, a.

It is interesting that, as scientists went down the scale into investigations of smaller and escanja objects, they encountered mathematical formulas, wave functions, and waves-particles instead of tiny balls or other jujg shapes of matter.

Bearing in mind what Heisenberg and Pauli Zeilinger, had to say about reality, this approach seems to be a natural continuation of their work. The starting point here is the Table 1 already created and secanna by this author in a book chapter Malecic, more on the theory side and as a part of an online workshop Malecic, razmisljznja on the story side not a scientific paper.

The workshop was organized by Willi Paul whose work new myths, multimedia, interviews, e-books…websites newmythologist.

Some similarities between these three texts are inevitable this one is somewhere between theory-making and storytelling. The opposites complementarities of causality— synchronicity also two arrows of time and conservation of energy—space-time particle—wave are defined by Jung and Pauli Jung, a; arrows of time and particle—wave added by me.

Cause material formal efficient final Aristotle Psychological senses emotion thought intuition function Jung Physical conservation space-time causality synchronicity principle of energy Jung and Pauli Physical electromagneti weak nuclear strong nuclear gravitation interaction c Explication billiard balls orthograde contragrade teleology Table 1.

Also, photons carriers of electromagnetic interaction behave like packages quanta of energy being absorbed into or released from atoms. While the first stage is on the level of material cause and physical attraction and the fourth stage resembles intuition and final cause, the second and the third stage seem to be more coupled than hierarchically ordered.

This set of opposites is different from the aforementioned opposites as complementarities. There are many cosmogonies that sound mystical for instance sacred geometry, numerology, and five Chinese elementsbut this one is more complete regardless whether or not there is some truth in other approaches and the only way to close a strange loop a system describing and referring to itself.

Also, the border between science and fiction and between facts and mystery totally disappears i. Rosen and Hofstadter Rosen Rosen et al. In order to be capable to anticipate, we are, according to this concept, thermodynamically open and causally closed.

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This causal closure is an outcome of the fact that we contain within us the models of ourselves within the environment. It resembles a camera reflecting its own reflection in a mirror and homunculus.

Rosen even claims that biology is a more fundamental science than physics. Whatever he meant by that whether he meant current physics or physical reality as suchit would be at least strange to claim that biological and psychological realms are more fundamental than physical.

The concept of anticipation as reaction to future expectations rather than effects to causes from the past and anticipatory systems is in a way uncertain: The author of this article will here explicitly claim: Although Hofstadter has good insights about strange loops, he still believes that they are replicable on causal machines with appropriate algorithms.

Dodig-Crnkovic and Giordano What do we mean by stories of both consciousness and reality? Should stories and plots really be taken as less scientific and serious than theories? This fact and the chaotic nature and plasticity of our brains, combined with thermodynamics of open but causally closed including metabolism and repair and alive Rosen et al. As a side-note, it is interesting that Giordano was a host of a symposium on synchronicity Giordano, This computation only superficially resembles what happens in computers.

Computers as Turing machines are just subsets as Dodig-Crnkovic claims and this author agrees of what takes place in nature with much more complex concurrent and distributed computation. Dodig-Crnkovic and Giovagnoli write: Deacon and Juarrero While there are controversies over authorship of ideas between Juarrero and Deaconwe shall here combine their work.

Anyway, they will hopefully receive much more recognition in the scientific community and mutual respect than they have at the moment. There could be enough material for at least one more essay on a discussion about that column.

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In this specific text we shall be focused more on the second column and on the fourth column only partially compared to its true potential.

As formal cause depends on constraints, the idea behind the seecanja described here is that emotions depend on and overlap with constraints.

What is hermeneutical interpretation, as Juarrero calls it? For instance, constraints as described by Juarrero and Deacon are reductions of degrees of juny. Deacon acknowledges the importance of what is absent and uses an illustration of joints within our sonvi where some movements of our body parts are more probable than others. Constraints are based upon contexts and interactions rather than individual parts.

They exist in emergence of consciousness and all the way down And farther to subatomic waves-particles? Note that formal cause and emotion are in the same column in the table. That is exactly how archetypes, myths, and neurosis manifest as constraints — through emotions a numinous experience is an archetype emerging as an intense emotion.

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While thinking as a psychological function manifests itself through causes and effects cognition in a way resembling computation in a computer and mind being pushed and pulled contragrade — contragrade and orthograde are some neologisms used by Deacon from assumptions to conclusions, emotions set probabilities for a person to laugh or cry.

Deacon explicitly compares formal cause and even space- time as its physical manifestation to habits. Deacon compares consciousness to Benard cells bubbles in a boiling liquid. Synchronicity is a term coined by Jung a for meaningful coincidence. But, if we add a story hermeneutics of reality, then meaning becomes important. Sets of scientific and real aspects of reality should be identical.

Is synchronicity a real phenomenon? It also applies to those more familiar with Razmisljwnja and Deacon or their approach speaks more to them than with Jung.

There might be more approaches to and filters of reality, but reality is one. See also Malecic Abraxas does not take exception to any of your thoughts, any of your dreams.

But he will leave you once you’ve become blameless and normal. Then he will leave you and look for a different vessel in which to brew his thoughts. What are similarities and differences between alchemy Jung, and the Benard cells metaphor Deacon, for emergence and transformations of consciousness from matter combined with hermeneutical interpretations Juarrero, ?

Will some computer from the future feel emotions and have intuition? Can a computer without all four psychological functions Do we have exactly four Jung, b or more or less than four fundamental psychological functions? What is free will, do we have it, and is it possible in our physical reality?

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