Dual Aspect Monism in the Implicate Order of Bohm and Hiley

In 1961 Basil Hiley and David Bohm began work together at Birkbeck College London. Their collaboration developed a mathematical approach to the concept of dual aspect monism which they called the implicate and explicate order.

The ninth in the series on dual aspect monism — the idea that mind and matter are aspects of a single underlying unity.

Before considering the views of physicists David Bohm and Basil Hiley on dual aspect monism, a brief review may provide useful context.

First step: eliminate non-physical causality



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