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Erwin Schrödinger pictured second from the right, front row on 1st January 1942 in Dublin, Ireland
Erwin Schrödinger pictured second from the right, front row, with, amongst others, (from RHS) Sheila Tinney, Pádraig de Brún, Paul Dirac, Éamon de Valera, Arthur Conway, Arthur Eddington, Erwin Schrödinger, Albert Joseph McConnell on 1st January 1942 in Dublin, Ireland. Image via Wiki Commons

Schrödinger on The Physical Basis of Consciousness

In an October 1956 lecture, Erwin Schrödinger insisted that objective reality did not exist in isolation and suggested something else is involved. But he omitted something important.

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A publication by Larry G. Maguire, freelance writer, psychology graduate and writer on the psychology of human performance, creativity, and human behaviour.

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