History and Philosophy of Physics

   

Body and Soul in Physics

Authors: Kiyoung Kim

What is the nature of mind? This question has been asked for a long time, maybe, since the beginning of human history on Earth. It is about what is the reality of mind and how it is connected to physical body. Being interpreted with new paradigm of physics, in which physical phenomena is not complete by itself but connected to ontological reality of nature or essential nature behind all physical phenomena, the human mind is not just a mental process originated in physical body, but it is also being connected to ontological body and making it interact with the physical body. Here, the ontological body should be the soul or spirit of human being that has been considered as something supernatural. In philosophical term, it corresponds to physicalism that is ontological monism including physical energy in materialism. New type of physical interaction, subtle-spin-string wave interaction, is proposed to explain the physical process of quantum entanglement. Moreover, with the new type of physical interaction, subtle energy is also explained what it is and how it works with physical body, in which the subtle energy has been mentioned for a long time in many fields such as oriental medicine, acupuncture, meditations, etc.; nevertheless, it has been regarded as a pseudoscience in scientific consensus.

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