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Let It Be - How many pieces are there in a bit of reality?

Aveleira, J (2004) Let It Be - How many pieces are there in a bit of reality? . In The C. G. Jung Page, Don Williams.

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Abstract

The notion of reality has become a fuzzier topic in the last few decades. Questions multiply, concerning human consciousness and its relationship with reality; challenges about what is real or not real progress without a prospect of neat solutions. The restoration of a steadfast and reassuring notion of reality should require a relatively simple representation that may be intuitively attractive, philosophically satisfactory and scientifically demonstrable. The application of an alternative modeling may present novel ways to conceive what the structures of reality and consciousness may look like. A few methods to develop knowledge on those subjects, based on Jungian and other philosophical approaches, are briefly reviewed here. The construction of a comprehensive, speculative model extending from such approaches is also proposed, in a tentative however reasonable way, and an inspiring conjecture on prime numbers and the discernment of reality emerges at the conclusion.

EPrint Type:Newspaper/Magazine Article
Keywords:consciousness, reality, model, psychology, Jung
Subjects:Theory > Philosophy of Science
Psychology > Cognition
Psychology > Methodology
Theory > Philosophy of Mind
ID Code:253
Deposited By:Aveleira, J.
Deposited On:13 April 2005
Alternative Locations:http://www.cgjungpage.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=607&Itemid=40

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