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QUANTUM MONDOLOGY

Through the lens of Western materialism, Leibniz’s monads look startling but there are a striking number of things Leibniz suggested but have turned out to be true.  For example, Leibniz wasn’t an atomist and didn’t accept the existence of any fundamental indivisible body stating, “there is no atom, indeed, there is no body so … Continue reading

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CASE AGAINST MATERIALISM

MATERIALISMThe theory of materialism holds that the only thing that exists is matter or energy; that all things are composed of material and all phenomena (including consciousness) are the result of material interactions. In other words, matter is the only substance, and reality is identical with the actually occurring states … Continue reading

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IS SCIENTIFIC MATERIALISM ALMOST CERTAINLY FALSE?

By John Horgan (Scientific American) When it comes to science, ours is a paradoxical era. On the one hand, prominent physicists proclaim that they are solving the riddle of reality and hence finally displacing religious myths of creation. That is the chest-thumping message of books such as The Grand Design … Continue reading

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STOREHOUSE (ALAYAVIJNANA)

In Buddhist philosophy, the concept of Alayavijnana plays a significant role in understanding various states of consciousness and the mind (Suzuki 1999, 176). The ālaya-vijñāna, or the “All-encompassing foundation consciousness”, (Berzin, 2013) forms the “base-consciousness” (mūla-vijñāna) or “causal consciousness” and it is said that the store-house consciousness accumulates all potential … Continue reading

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QUANTUM MONDOLOGY

This is an introduction to quantum monadology. First, questions and observations are presented that would lead us to the idea of quantum monadology. Then, the world where we live is pictured as a monadistic system in a series of short but condensed statements without mathematics. You can find here the … Continue reading

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