The NSTP (Non - Spatial Thinking Process) Theory

Joshi, Kedar (2005) The NSTP (Non - Spatial Thinking Process) Theory. [Book Chapter]

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The NSTP theory is a (philosophy of mind) semi-idealistic as well as semi-dualistic theory that the material universe, where some peculiar phenomena like quantum non-locality exist in, is exclusively a group of superhuman as well as non-superhuman thinking processes existing in the form of (non-spatial physical/material) feelings (i.e. states of consciousness). In computer terminology, it regards the (material) universe as a non-spatial computer, with hardware of (non-spatial) feelings and software of superhuman as well as non-superhuman thoughts/ideas, including those of space, which is then an illusive/virtual/merely apparent entity. The mere existence of the superhuman thoughts is responsible for the empirical (i.e. a posteriori) order in the non-superhuman ones. The theory, however, accepts the possibility of the reality of space, the space where the phenomena like quantum non-locality do not exist in. The theory is constituted of 6 axioms, 1 theorem, and 3 conjectures. The key strength and novelty in the theory lies in its axiomatic/self-evident foundation, its innovative semi-idealism and semi-dualism, and, in general, its road to idealism and dualism.

Item Type:Book Chapter
Keywords:Semi-Idealism, Semi-Dualism, Spatial, Non-Spatial, Qualia, Self, Consciousness, Physical, Material, Mental, Virtual, Quantum, Non-Locality, Illusion, Superhuman, Computer
Subjects:Psychology > Cognitive Psychology
Philosophy > Philosophy of Science
Philosophy > Metaphysics
ID Code:5461
Deposited By: Joshi, Kedar
Deposited On:22 Mar 2007
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:56


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