Date: Fri, 18 Sep 1998 18:36:22 +0000 Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org Sender: Quantum Approaches to Consciousness <QUANTUM-MIND@LISTSERV.ARIZONA.EDU> From: Saul-Paul Sirag <sirag@POND.NET> Subject: [q-mind] Reply to Johnson on Subjective Time -- A.I. Andemicael Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
From: Adhanom Iassu Andemicael <Andemicael@worldnet.att.net>
Subject: Quantum Theory and Subjective Time (reply to Kevin Johnson)
Thank you for your posting dated September 16 (Quantum theory and subjective time - Reply by Kevin Johnson).
I am afraid, however, that you have completely misunderstood my position on the issues. Please examine my paper "Time in a Quantum and Relativistic Universe" at:
My two short postings to Quantum-Mind ("Existence as Process"--September 8; "Quantum Theory and Subjective Time"--September 15) merely touch on some of the issues. You must read the paper in full if my views are to become clear to you.
The subject of time is certainly a fascinating one. But if we are to understand the relation between mind, matter, and time, we must rid ourselves of a number of common sense assumptions about time's nature. I invite all readers interested in this topic to examine my paper at the URL above. However, if after analysis of it questions remain, I will be more than happy to provide additional clarification.
Adhanom I. Andemicael Andemicael@worldnet.att.net
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