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What if Berkeley Had Gone to Berkeley? - Neurophysiology & Physics in the Defense of Informational Idealism: Part II: Informational Reality

Paul N. Seward


Our argument is divided into two parts. In this Part 2, we describe the actual relationship of the self to the universe and to the brain as that of a primary independent reality to a secondary dependent reality, one whose nature is informational, not material. Evidence for this hypothesis is developed from the nature of the laws of physics and of elementary particles.  Finally we evaluate these hypotheses on the basis of two categories: simplicity; and their ability to provide simple solutions to hitherto unsolved problems of physics and philosophy.

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ISSN: 2153-8212