SOME OF MY RECENT PAPERS AND COMMUNICATIONS IN VARIOUS VERSIONS: You can make a copy of one of them by clicking on the desired-version file.
  • "Mindful Universe: Quantum Mechanics and the Participating Observer" (207 pages) (Jan 30, 2007) Copyright: Springer-Verlag
  • Quotes from Mindful Universe
  • Quantum theory in neuroscience and psychology: a neurophysical model of mind/brain interaction. (Oct 20, 2004) [Schwartz, Stapp,& Beauregard: Phil. Trans. Royal Society, B 360(1458) 1309-27 (2005)]
  • SAND2014: My talks and Much More -- My views as of Nov 7, 2014
  • Foundations of Mind Talk
  • APPENDIX1 from "On the nature of things:... (Necessity of FTL influences)
  • Almost Orthodox explanation of Bem retro-causation & empirical test
  • Reply to Streater
  • Quantum Physics Meets Philosopy of Mind (Milan Talk 2013)
  • Quantum Theory of Consciousness (Paris Talk 2013)
  • Quantum Theory of Mind. Chapter in a book by Lavazza and Robertson
  • Physicalism Versus Quantum Mechanics http://arXiv.org/abs/0803.1625 CH 13 in MM&QM 3rd edition 2009 Critique of Kim's "Physicalism or Something Near Enough" and the Quantum Solution to Kim's "The physicalist's dilemma"
  • A model of the Quantum-Classical and Mind-Brain Connections, and of the Role of the Quantum Zeno Effect in the Physical Implementation of Conscious Intent. (Feb. 21, 2008) http://arXiv.org/abs/0803.1633 CH 14 in MM&QM 3rd edition 2009
  • Quasi-orthodox Quantum Mechanics and The Principle of Sufficient Reason. The recent puzzling experimental results of Daryl J. Bem would be explained in a natural rationally coherent way if the supposedly ramdom element of orthodox quantum mechanics were, under favorable experimental conditions. slightly biased in favor of the creation of positive emotional states of observers. Jan.13, 2012
  • Quantum Locality? A response to a recent paper in FOP by Robert Griffiths that claims that faster-than-light transfer of information does not occur in his "Consistent Quantum Theory". I show that my recent proof of the need for faster-than-light transfer of information is validated within his restrictive version of quantum theory that claims to exclude faster-than-light transfers of information. This version includes my response to Griffiths reply of Dec. 14, 2011. Being Processed by Found. of Physics.
  • Reply to a Critic
  • ReplyToVimal: Clarifications of Quantum Model of Mind-Brain Connection. I answer five specific questions.
  • Quantum Mechanics and the Role of Mind in Nature Foundations of Physics 31, 1465-99 (2001) I bring this comprehensive paper forward because of some recent references to it.
  • Prologue to "Benevolent Universe?" Oct 26, 2011
  • Prologue to "Benevolent Universe?" Oct 9, 2011
  • Presentiment in Binocular Rivalry? Retro-causal Implications of an Eccles-type conjecture.
  • Manifesting the Mind: Talk April 29, Madison, Promega
  • Quantum Mechanical Approach to the Connection Between Mind and Brain. May 11, 2010
  • Philosophy of mind and the problem of free will in the light of quantum mechanics. ArXiv.org/abs/0805.0116 Critique of Searle and Kim plus a mind-brain model. Appeared in "On Thinking" (ed.) von Mueller, Springer, 2009.
  • Science-based discussion of "Free Will" Chapman U. Nov 10, 2010
  • Abstract of talk at Chopra Conference "Sages and Scientists" 2011 Solicited by Washington Post. The second version is a result of a reworking ofthe first (original) version by my son, Henry4, and myself.
  • Talk at Chopra Conference "Sages and Scientists" 2011 (Plus anAddendum)
  • The Basis Problem in Many-Worlds Theories. LBNL-48917-REV April 23, 2002; Can. J. Phys. 80, 1043-1052, 2002
  • Quantum conception of the mind-brain connection. Barcelona CONy Powerpoint October 29, 2010
  • Quantum theory of Placebos. Application of the general QM theory of the relationship between the consciousness of the observer and the physically described system being observed to the clinically important placebo effect.
  • Photocopy of my 1978 Epistemological Letters proof of the need for faster-than- light transfer of information in any theory that satisfies "local causes" and reproduces certain predictions of quantum theory. The proof deals directly with the observables of quantum theory, rather than with hidden variables, and hence circumvents the need for the superfluous mathematical conditions associated with such variables. The cited orginal 1968 proof of the core contradiction is electronically available at: http://isswprod.lbl.gov/Library/view-docs/public/output/LBL-5333.pdf It is also showm that no generality is obtained by passing from local deterministic theory to local (factorizable) theory. It can also be accessed via the second entry below. The cited Nouvo Cimento article is given in the third entry.
  • Edited Version of an Interview to Appear in a non-technical magazine, EnlightenNext. about the Mind-Matter connection in Quantum Theory.
  • Compatibility of Contemporary Physical Theory with Personality Survival
  • Quantum Reality and Mind. Invited contribution to a special issue of the "Journal of Cosmology". Published Online: November 2009. journalofcosmology.com/QuantumConsciousness105.html
  • Nondual Quantum Duality. Plenary talk at Marin Conference "Science and Nonduality" Oct, 25, 2009.
  • Reply to Casey Blood's questions about the need for quantum collapses. and the origin of quantum probability. October 16, 2009.
  • Mind in the Quantum Universe. Text and Power Point for Invited Talk at Budapest conference "Astronomy and Civilization" Delivered Aug 11, 2009. (Text AC.doc revised Oct 8 2009): I regard this as a Major Statement, which goes beyond what I have explicitly written before.
  • The mind is not what the brain does. Talk at UCSF 05/05/09 To appear in JCS Jan 2010. Copyrighted by JCS
  • "Quantum Interactive Dualism: An Alternative to Materialism". J. Consc. Studies, 12 no. 11, 2005, pp. 43-58 Reprinted in Zygon 41, #2 September 2006. 599-615.
  • Rebutting Koch-Hepp in Nature (HPS: June 20, 2009)
  • Attention, Intention, and Will in Quantum Physics. May 24, 1999. J. Consc. Studies (6/1999): The Volitional Brain, Aug/Sept 1999
  • Quantum collapse and the emergence of actuality from potentiality. To appear in a special issue of "Process Studies" [Posted Nov 2, 2008]
  • The Effect of Mind upon Brain. (March 2, 2009) To appear in "Life and Process: Towards a Whiteheadian Biophilosophy" ed. Spyridon Koutroufinis. Ontos-Verlag 2010
  • Minds and Values in the Quantum Universe (Based on talk at Copenhagen Conf. Sponsored by Templeton Foundation and co-chaired by Paul Davies) (To appear in "Matter and Information from Physics to Metaphysics" Cambridge Univ. Press 2011)
  • Quantum Mechanical Coherence, Resonace. and Mind. Invited contribution to the Norbert Wiener Centenary Congress 1994 Published in "Proceedings of Symposia of Applied Mathematics, Vol 52" by the American Mathematical Society. This article supplies the mathematical and logical foundations of a quantum mechanical approach to the problem of the mind-brain connection.
  • The role of Human Beings in the Quantum Universe. Published Jan 1, 2009 in World Futures
  • Zurek, Stamp, and Interpretations of QM. December 17, 2008
  • Searle's "Dualism Revisited" LBNL-1237E, Nov 20 ,2008 Abstract: A recent article in which Searle claims to refute dualism is examined from a scientific perspective. arxiv.org/abs/0812.1237E Intended for submission to J. of Physiology-Paris, but publication there is apparently precluded by the prior appearance of the paper on arXiv.
  • December 17, 2008. Talk at NeuroLeadership Summit. Oct 28, 2008, in NYC
  • Talk at UN (in NYC) on Mind-Body Connection Sept 11, 2008
  • Science's Conception of Human Beings as a Basis for Moral Theory. UNESCO, Paris. Nov 7-9, 2005 Reprinted in Zygon 41, #2 September 2006, 617- 621.
  • Princeton (June 10, 2008) version of Doha Talk #1(May 31,2008) [How do we fit in?]
  • Princeton (June 10, 2008) version of Doha Talk #1(May 31,2008) Power Point [How do we fit in?]
  • Tutorial in Quantum Mechanics and the Mind-Brain Connection. (For Engineers and Classical Physicists)
  • Quantum Approaches to Consciousness (Entry in Cambridge Handbook of Consciousness eds. M. Moskovitch, P. Zelazo & Thompson) Cambridge UP December 2006.
  • Quantum Mechanical Theories of Consciousness (Entry in Blackwell A Companion to Consciousness, eds. Max Velmans and Susan Schneider, Blackwell Jan 2007)
  • Princeton (06/10/08) version of Doha Talk #1(May 31,2008) PowerPoint [How do we fit in?]
  • Whitehead, James, and the Ontology of Quantum Theory. (April 27, 2007) Published in Mind & Matter, Vol 5(1) 83-109 (2007): Ed. H. Atmamspacher. Copyright: Imprint Academic
  • " The Complementarity Principle" Entry in "Compendium of Quantum Physics" Springer 2008
  • "Schroedinger's Cat" Entry in "Compendium of Quantum Physics" Springer 2008
  • "Matrix Mechanics" Entry in "Compendium of Quantum Physics" Springer 2008
  • Comments on Griffiths' "Consistent Quantum Theory" (March 31, 2007)
  • Reply to Stan Klein Re: Hardy's Paradox, Weak Measurements, Interp of QM, Mind and Brain, and Binocular Rivalry Experiment that could demonstrate failure of all classical models the brain.
  • Memo regarding approaches of Gell-Mann&Hartle, and Griffiths,and Omnes and their connections to approach of von Neumann/Stapp/Whitehead.
  • Koch's "Quest for Consciousness" (March 24, 2007) To be published by MIT Press
  • Relativistic Whiteheadian Quantum Field Theory
  • Science, Consciousness, and Spirituality Addendum to Freiburg Talk of July 3, 2008
  • Reply to request to Comment on a thread in a physics forum pertaining to the role of consciousness in QM and the transactional interpretation. [http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/theoretical_physics] July, 19, 2008
  • Doha Talk #2 (June 1, 2008) [Science, Culture, and the Future of Humanity]
  • Asolo Talk May 14 2007 (Two Versions) Version 2 modified Nov 13, 2007.
  • Summary of my position. Salzburg Power Point (SalzburgTalk on July 17, 2007) Enhanced Version---July 24, 2007
  • Answers to questions from Imants Baruss about the ontology proposed in "Mindful U".
  • Letter to George Weissmann: Commentary on Rovelli's "Relational EPR" April 9, 2008
  • Letter to Weismann Re: Rovelli's Relational QM
  • Birth of Universe/Mind
  • Answer to Query from Stan Klein about Free Will, Conway-Kochen Free Will Theorem, and Free will in 't Hooft's theory
  • Mental Causation. (February 1, 2007)
  • How our Thoughts Can Influence our Actions: Quantum Theory of the Mind-Brain Connection (Lucerne Talk PowerPoint)
  • God, Matter, and Information: What is Ultimate? (Copenhagen Talk PowerPoint)
  • Long Abstract for Lucerne Talk (Jan 20. 2007)
  • Abstract for Lucerne Talk (Jan 20. 2007)
  • Interview of HPS for J. Consc. Stud. by Harald Atmanspacher
  • jcs-online follow-up of Stapp/Atmanspacher dialog
  • Freiburg Talk Power Point: "Jamesian Volition and Quantum Theory" Talk given July 13, 2006. Modified PP slides posted July 20, 2006
  • Reply to Koch-Hepp Essay in Nature (Nature declined to publish it on numerous *policy* grounds.)
  • Wigner's Friend A contribution by HPS to Springer's "Compendium of Quantum Physics ed. Friedel Weinert (Due out in 2007)
  • Orthodox Interpretatiom A contribution by HPS to Springer's "Compendium of Quantum Physics ed. Friedel Weinert (Due out in 2007)
  • Einstein Locality A contribution by HPS to Springer's "Compendium of Quantum Physics ed. Friedel Weinert (Due out in 2007)
  • Locality A contribution by HPS to Springer's "Compendium of Quantum Physics ed. Friedel Weinert (Due out in 2007)
  • Nonlocality A contribution by HPS to Springer's "Compendium of Quantum Physics ed. Friedel Weinert (Due out in 2007)
  • "Correlation Experiments and the Nonvalidity of Ordinary Ideas About the Physical World" LBL-5333 [This is my original (1968) strengthening of Bell's theorem by means of counterfactual reasoning compatible with quantum philosophy---in place of hidden-variable reality assumptions that contradict the precepts of quantum philosophy.]
  • Reply to "On some methods of Strengthening Bell's theorem using counterfactuals" by T. Bigaj This reply is a strong (and techically new) defense of my claim that orthodox quantum precepts (which preclude the use of hidden variables, or associated "reality" assumptions) entail the necessity of faster-than-light transfer of information. The argument uses my previous technical conclusions (examined and reaffirmed by Bigaj--- Sumbitted for publication) in a technically new way.
  • Letter commenting on Bigaj's book "NonLocality and Possible Worlds". Bigaj's detailed book criticizes works by Redhead, and Redhead, Butterfield, and Clifton, and by Shimony and Stein, that have criticized my nonlocality proofs. I use Bigaj's detailed work first to defend my earlier proofs, and then to describe my most recent (very simple) one. October 3, 2007
  • Random versus Reason: Reply to Toth's query on the origin of causes. April 7, 2006
  • "Quantum Interactive Dualism: Libet and Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Causal Anomalies." Invited contrib. to ERKENNTNIS (23 pages)(Feb 28, 2006) Original (to be) available at www.springerlink.com
  • Reply to Kathy Laskey re: Viability of many-worlds
  • Comment on Hiley-Pylkkanen Paper
  • Comments on Townes Symposium Session on Consciousness and Free Will. Oct 8, 2005
  • Reply to Searle about the Pre-Life Universe (Nov. 1, 2005)
  • Quantum Theory of the Mind/Brain Interface (LBL-28574) [From Internat. Conf. "Consciousness Within Science" UCSF Feb17-18, 1990] [Also in my book Mind, Matter, and Quantum Mechanics, Springer-Verlag, 1993: Telephone: 1-800-Springer]
  • Quantum Ontology and Mind-Matter Synthesis, Dec 31, 1997 [Appeared in proceedings of X-th Max Born Symposium, eds, Blanchard and Jadczyk, Vol 517 Lecture notes in Physics series, Springer-Verlag, 1999 (Quantum Future:from Volta and Como to the present and beyond) ]
  • The Hard Problem: A Quantum Approach (LBL-37163NEW) (2/21/1996) [Journal of Consciousness Studies, August, 1996] [Reprinted in: Explaining Consciousness: The Hard Problem, MIT Press 1997, ed. Jonathan Shear, pp. 196-215]
  • Science of Consciousness and the Hard Problem. (May 22, 1996) [Invited plenary talk: Tuscon II, April 13, 1996:] [The Journal of Mind and Behavior 18, 171-193, 1997]
  • Whitehead Process in Quantum theory: Aug 4, 1998 (Revised August 10, 1999) [in Physics and Whitehead: Quantum, Process, and Experience. eds. Eastman and Keeton, SUNY Press, 2004]
  • Pragmatic Approach to Consciousness. LBNL 40305 (July 15, 1997) [in "Brain and Values" ed. Karl H. Pribram, Erlbaum, 1998]
  • The importance of quantum decoherence for brain processes. (Response to Tegmark's Phys. Rev. paper) LBNL 46871 Oct. 6, 2000
  • Gazzaniga's "The Ethical Brain" (August 11, 2005)(New Appendix 5 to MU)
  • Essence of The Mindful Universe [May 15, 2005] (6 pages)
  • Dialog on Dualism with Wolfram Hinzen, editor of a volume of ERKENNTNIS in which is to appear "Quantum Interactive Dualism: Libet and Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Causal Anomalies" (July 28, 2005)
  • Draft of CH 13 of MU with comments by Velmans in blue and my replies in blue caps, his replies in red, and my replies in red caps (The chapter has been revised and is now chapter 9 of MU) (March 22, 2005)
  • Comments on Searle's MiND See Mindful Universe Ch 14 (17 pages) (April 6)
  • Stapp-Searle on Causation and Free Will (April 2001) (See also searle_2.txt, searle_3.txt, searle_4.txt on this site)
  • Searle in the third millenium
  • Clayton-Stapp-Searle Trialog April 20, 2001
  • Quantum leap in Philosophy of Mind. J. Consc. Studies. July 26. 2004
  • Schwartz, Stapp,& Beauregard:BB Target Unabridged Dec. 7 2003
  • A Bell-type theorem without hidden variables In Amer. J. Phys. 72, 30-33, 2004
  • Reply to Shimony re: A Bell-type theorem without hidden variables. Found. of Physics (Peres Festsschrift) VOL 36 (2006) 73-76.
  • Review of Haettich's Book "Quantum Processes: a Whiteheadian Interp. of Quantum Field Theory (For Process Studies)
  • Contribution to second edition of MM&QM (March 31, 2003)
  • Tucson2003 (March 25, 2003)
  • Philosophical Prelude to Physics in Neuroscience (Mar. 5, 2003) (Section of a chapter in a book "Consciousness, Emotional Self-regulation, and the Brain" ed. M.Beauregard. In prep. To be published by John Benjamin Books in Advances in Consciousness Research Series)
  • Physics in Neuroscience (Mar. 5, 2003) (Section of a chapter in a book "Consciousness, Emotional Self-regulation, and the Brain" ed. M.Beauregard. in John Benjamin Books in "Advances in Consciousness Research Series #54", 2004, Amsterdam/Philadelphia)
  • Appendix to Schwartz's JCS Article, May 24, 1999
  • The 18-fold way. (Reply to Mohrhoff's 18 claims.)(Aug. 14, 2001) (in Foundations of Physics 32, 255-256, (2002))
  • Tegmark versus QZE (Oct 24, 2003)
  • On Ontology (October 22, 2003)
  • Lucerne Lecture (Jan. 19, 2003)
  • Future Visions Paper (Sept, 2000) (Revised Nov. 19, 2000)
  • Talk at Conference: "Quo Vadis Quantum Theory" Sept 24-27, 2002
  • "Quo Vadis Quantum Theory" Sept 24-27, 2002 (Condensed Version:Feb 26 03)
  • Answers to Kathy's Questions about Many-Worlds (Oct 22, 2002)
  • Answers to more Questions from Kathy (Oct 30, 2002)
  • Anthony Freemann's Summary (From his forthcoming book)
  • Answers to questions from Sid Re: Quantum theory and the Human Person
  • Reply to Query about Troubles with Bohmian mechanics (Sept 30, 2002) Reply to Query about consciousness and the second law (Oct2, 2002)
  • Emergence and Epiphenomena (Jan 7, 2002)
  • Science and the Human Person. (Paris Talk, May, 2001)(Newsome version)
  • Ann Arbor Talk (July 2, 2001)
  • Does brain cause mind?: Answer to Searle's query (July 13, 2001)
  • Stapp to Newsome on Putnam (June 3, 2001)
  • Emergence and Free-Will (Exchange with Searle, April 19, 2001)
  • Non-coersive causation (Exchange with Searle, May 1, 2001)
  • Searle 3 (May 16, 2001)
  • Role of consciousness (Exchange with Stan Klein, May 7, 2001)
  • Science, Values, and the Nature of the Human Person. (Paris Talk, May, 2001)
  • Nobo-Stapp Dialog (July 2001)
  • EPR-Bohr-Bell and Nonlocality. April 11, 2001.
  • Core Argument| Mind and Emergence| How Attention Guides Action (Jan 4, 2001)
  • Consciousness, Emergence, and Evolution (Feb. 8, 2001
  • Evolution and Efficacy of Consciousness (Jan 30, 2001)
  • Contra MWI (Many-Worlds Interpretation) (Feb 13, 2001)
  • Stapp-Hayes on Appearances vs Classical Physical Realities (Feb, 2001)
  • Free Will in QT (Feb, 2001)
  • Science and the Human Person (Dec 5, 2000)
  • Reply to Aaron Sloman on Science and the Human Person (Dec 14, 2000)
  • Reply to Abner Shimony (Amer. J. Phys.) LBNL 46870 (March 6, 2001).
  • The Emergence of Consciousness (In progress) Nov. 19, 2000.
  • Dennett, Searle, Reality (Nov. 13, 2000/ Nov. 19, 2000)
  • Strawson-Damasio (Nov. 14, 2000)
  • Future Visions Position Paper (For talk at Summit Conf in NYC in Sept. 2000)
  • Future Visions Paper (For FV conference, Sept. 2000)
  • Future Visions Talk (Talk at FV conf on Sept. 5 2000)
  • Interview for Italian TV, and commentaries. July 2000)
  • Against Identity Theory: Replies to Pat Hayes. Oct. 17,18, 2000
  • Replies to Queries (May-June, 2000)
  • Emergence? (June 23, 2000)
  • Nonlocality, Counterfactuals, and Consistent Histories, June 28, 2000
  • Searle in the third millenium (April 20, 2000)
  • Quantum Theory and Human Values (May 20, 2000)
  • Outline for Perrott-Warrick Lecture (Cambridge UK April 4, 2000)
  • Dialog with Pat Hayes on Perrott-Warrick Lecture": (March 30, 2000: April 11, 2000; April 13, 2000)
  • Transparencies for Perrott-Warrick Lecture (Cambridge UK April 4, 2000)
  • Deutsch's locality (April 25, 2000)
  • Metaphysics, Science, and Kant, April 24, 2000)
  • Dialog with Klein on "Decoherence, QZE, and ...": (March 14-18, 2000)
  • Comments on "Decoherence and ...: Closing the Gap Between Being and Knowing" (February 23, 2000)
  • Comments 2 on "Decoherence and ...: Closing the Gap Between Being and Knowing" (February 24, 2000)
  • My Flagstaff Talks July 29-30. 1999
  • Basics of vN/W Quantum Theory
  • Talk at George Mason U. (Oct 14. 1999).
  • Dialog Re: My GMU Talk.
  • Agreement between observers about the external world. March 2, 1999 (q-mind Stapp's Knowledge)
  • Reply to Sloman and Hayes, Nov 6, 1999
  • Reply to Hayes, Nov 9, 1999
  • Searle, Chalmers, and the Causal Power of Consciousness. Aug 6, 1999
  • Dialog with Pat. August, 1999: Classical vs Quantum
  • Where's Consciousness?. March, 1999
  • Against Classical Identity Theory of Mind. June 10, 1999
  • Theory of Presponse. March 1, 1999
  • von Neumann/Wigner Quantum Theory and Bohmian Mechanics. March 9, 1999
  • The world as knowings. Oct 3 , 1998
  • Answers to Klein and Nunn, Feb 8, 1999.
  • Pragmatic Quantum Theory Sept , 1998
  • Letter to Walter Freeman Re: Whiteheadian Process and Quantum Theory of Mind Aug 4, 1998
  • Mental Force. Sept , 1998
  • U. of Hawaii Lecture on Mental Force. Nov 20 , 1998
  • Free Will (Stapp-Hodgson) . Sept , 1998, March 1, March 10, 1999
  • Stapp in a nutshell Oct 14, 1998
  • Abstract and Outline of Talk at Institute of Noetic Sciences Oct 14, 1998
  • Reply to Jack 1 (March 4, 1999)
  • Reply to Jack 2 (March 4, 1999) Sept , 1998
  • On Quantum Theories of the Mind. LBNL 40369 (Nov 25, 1997) [J. Consc. Studies Vol 6, #1, 61-65]
  • Why Classical Mechanics Cannot Accomodate Consciousness But Quantum Mechanics Can. (LBL-36574) [Psyche 2(5), 1995 http://psyche.cs.monash.edu.au/v2/psyche-2-05-stapp.html] [Reprinted in: Scale in Conscious Experience: Is the Brain Too Important To Be Left to Specialists to Study?, Lawrence Erlbaum Mahwah NJ. 1995, eds. Joseph King and Karl Pribram]
  • Quantum Mechanical Coherence, Resonance, and Mind (LBL-36915MOD) [Proceedings of Symposia in Applied Mathematics 52: Proceedings of the Norbert Wiener Centenary Conference 1994: V. Mandrekar and P.R. Masani (eds.)]
  • The Evolution of Consciousness. LBL 39241 (August 15, 1996) [Paper prepared for proceedings of conference Tuscon II, April, 13, 1996]
  • Replies to Klein, Globus, Josephson, Sarfatti, Hayes, and Sloman Aug 19-21, 1998
  • Stapp-q-Mind . Aug 23-31, 1998
  • Classical Physical Theory vs Pragmatic QT. Sept , 1998
  • Stapp-Klein Dialog . Sept 1-5, 1998
  • Classical Physical Theory vs Pragmatic QT. [Reply to Sloman] Sept 24, 1998
  • Classical Physical Theory vs Pragmatic QT II. [Reply to HAYES] Nov 11, 1998; Dec 11, 1998.
  • Attention Sept 24, 1998
  • Answers to Questions. Oct 3 , 1998
  • Causation. Oct 6 , 1998
  • Answers2: Oct 8/12, 1998
  • Answers3: Oct 17, 1998
  • Answers4: Oct 23, 1998
  • Reply to Sloman Jan 4 1999. Oct 23, 1998
  • Appendix B: Knowings Feb. 10, 1998 (Dialog with Hayes; Condensed) [X-th Max Born Symposium]
  • Stapp/Hayes exchange about knowings/ Jan.29, 1998
  • Reply to Aaron Sloman Dec. 23, 1997 (About knowings)
  • Reply to Aaron Sloman Dec. 30, 1997 (About knowings))
  • Nonlocal character of Quantum Theory [Amer. J. Phys 65, 300-304 (1997)]
  • Meaning of Counterfactual Statements in Quantum Physics. (Amer. J. Physics, 66, 924-926, 1998)
  • Reply to J. Finkelstein: (July 29, 1998)
  • Reply to Shimony: (July 18, 1998)
  • Reply to Unruh: Nonlocality, counterfactuals, and quantum mechanics (April 14, 1999)
  • To Unruh: (Oct 21, 1998)
  • Letter to Vaidman: (Aug 12, 1998)
  • Proof of Nonlocality. Bedford and Stapp. Synthese 102, 139-164, 1995
  • Psyche-d Re: QM and consciousness, Sept2, 1997
  • Psyche-d Re: QM and consciousness, Aug24, 1997
  • Causality-August 23, 1997
  • Reply to Pat Hayes August 23, 1997
  • Reply to Aaron Sloman August 22, 1997
  • Companion Posting August 19
  • Reply to Aaron Sloman [Re: Nothing Buttery, 27-June-1997]
  • Reply to Aaron Sloman [Re: Nothing Buttery, 23-July-1997]
  • Mind_matter synthesis: Psyche-d Aug 14, 1997
  • The Evolution of Consciousness. LBL 39241-UNABRIDGED (August 10, 1996) [Paper prepared for proceedings of conference Tuscon II, April, 13, 1996]
  • Review of Chalmer's Book (May 31, 1996)
  • Chance, Choice, and Consciousness:A Causal Quantum Theory of the Mind/Brain (LBL-37944new) (April 3, 1996) [Paper orginally prepared for Tuscon II, April, 13, 1996]
  • Chance, Choice, and Consiousness:A Causal Quantum Theory of the Mind/Brain (LBL-37944mod) (Jan. 5, 1996) [Paper originally prepared for Tuscon II, April, 13, 1996]
  • The Integration of Mind into Physics (LBL-35880) [Conference: Fundamental Problems in Quantum Theory, June 1994: Annals of the New York Academy of Science, Vol. 775 (1995)]
  • Values and the Quantum Conception of Man (LBL-37315) [Unesco Symposium,Tokyo, September 1995]

    Math_Macros:

  • Re: Determinism/Becoming Oct 22, 1996
  • Reply to Hayes Oct 21, 1996
  • Reply to Hayes Oct 15, 1996
  • Re: "now" Oct 14, 1996
  • Reply to Hayes Oct 14, 1996
  • Wrapping up QM and C Psyche-D Oct 10, 1996
  • Reply to Pat Hayes: Bohr a Mystic? Psyche-D Oct 9, 1996
  • Reply to Pat Hayes Psyche-D Oct 8, 1996
  • Many Worlds(Minds) Psyche-D Oct 7, 1996
  • Reply to Pat Hayes Psyche-D Oct 6, 1996
  • Physics and Philosophy Psyche-D Sept 25, 1996
  • Physics and Philosophy Psyche-D Sept 24, 1996
  • QM and Consciousness Psyche-D Sept 23, 1996
  • QM vs CM (Classical mechanics) Psyche-D Sept 17, 1996
  • QM vs Classicism and the Observer Psyche-D Sept 12, 1996
  • Reply to Hayes Psyche-D Sept 5, 1996
  • Is Mental Process Non-Computable? (Critique of Penrose's Argument)Dec. 94
  • Whiteheadian Approach to Quantum Theory and the Generalized Bell's Theorem. Foundations of Physics 9, 1-25 (1979)
  • Theory of Reality, Foundations of Physics 7, 313-323 (1977)
  • Theoretical model of a purported violation of the predictions of QT. Phys Rev. A50, 18-22 (1994) LBL-33789