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A Cosmogonic Model of Human Consciousness: Part III

Claudio Messori


This series of articles present a physicalist account on the origin of human consciousness. What is presented is a cosmogonic model based on the centrality of Tension assumed as an intrinsic and irreducible ontological presupposition associated with a pre-energetic undifferentiated and totipotent proto-dynamic principle (dynamis), whose differentiation gives birth to a space-time system of correlative interactions between physical objects denominated differentiated tensorial fractals (or tangent tensions) and undifferentiated tensorial fractals (or qualia). To describe the structure and dynamics that qualify the fundamental space-time dimension we can make use of the holographic principle, fractal self-similarity and the role reserved to the twisting moment (torque) in certain dual torus topology. In this light, human consciousness is recognized as the ecological and neuropsychological result obtained from the joint action realized through the holographic module, between poietic function, syntropic function and mnemotropic function the meanings of which shall be defined in the articles.

Part III of this series of articles contain: 4. Phenomenology of the transition between non-excited and excited regimes of the Irreducible Relativistic Dimension: fundamental physical ontology; 5. Principle of Minimum Perturbation (PMiP) and Principle of Maximum Perturbation (PMaP); and 6. Phenomenology of the event-horizon and space-time.

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ISSN: 2153-8212