Constructed emotions and superinformation: a constructor-theoretic approach

08/13/2020 ∙ by Riccardo Franco, et al. ∙ 0

In this paper we apply the constructor-theoretic approach to the theory of constructed emotions, showing that core affect valence and knowledge can be considered as two different observables, leading to information or superinformation conditions: this depends on subject's strategy, coherently with the affect infusion model. In the second part of the article we show that additional hypotheses on the structure of information allows to study emotions in terms of the contructor-theoretic version of phase task. Quantum algorithms are presented as an example of the connection between emotions and memory tasks.



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