Quantum Computational Psychoanalysis – Quantum logic approach to Bi-logic

10/05/2020
by   Maksim Tomic, et al.
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In this paper, we are dealing with the fundamental concepts of Bi-logic proposed by Chilean psychoanalyst Ignacio Matte Blanco in the context of quantum logic, founded by Gareth Birkhoff and John Von Neumann. The main purpose of this paper is to present how a quantum-logical model, represented by the lattice of a closed subspace of Hilbert space, can be used as a computational framework for concepts that are originally described by Sigmund Freud as the fundamental properties of the unconscious psyche.

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