Dual Aspect Monism: The Pauli-Jung Story, Part 2

Carl Gustav Jung Image: wikipedia. One of the most important and controversial thinkers of the past century, Jung’s ideas on a unus mundus answered numerous questions raised in his analytical psychology research and practice. They deeply resonated with the young physicist Wolfgang Pauli and out of their correspondence came a way of understanding the mental and physical poles of our experience.

This is the fifth in the series on dual aspect monism and the second focusing on the conjecture developed from physics and psychology.

Dual aspect monism is a theory about the nature of reality that dates back to early days of Greek philosophy. Because it suggests that our mental experiences and the objective reality that is experienced arise from the same psychophysical neutral…

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