Solving the Paradoxes of Quantum PhysicswithBernardo Kastrup

Books Mentioned In This Interview

bernardo kastrup the idea of the world: a multi-disciplinary argument for the mental nature of reality bernardo kastrup dreamed up reality: diving into the mind to uncover the astonishing hidden tale of nature bernardo kastrup why materialism is baloney bernardo kastrup brief peeks beyond: critical essays on metaphysics, neuroscience, free will, skepticism, and culture bernardo kastrup meaning in absurdity: what bizarre phenomena can tell us about the nature of reality bernardo kastrup rationalist spirituality bernardo kastrup more than allegory: on religious myth, truth, and belief menas kafatos robert nadeau the non-local universe: the new physics and matters of the mind henry stapp mind, matter and quantum mechanics alexander afriat the einstein, podolsky, and rosen paradox andrew whitaker john stewart bell and twentieth century physics jeffrey mishlove the roots of consciousness jack sarfatti destiny matrix a j leggett the problems of physics peter byrne the many worlds of hugh everett iii walter von lucadou dimension psi bernardo kastrup decoding jung's metaphysics: the archetypal semantics of an experiential universe c g jung synchronicity: an acausal connecting principle carlo rovelli the order of time arthur schopenhauer the world as will and representation leggett the problems of physics

Bernardo Kastrup, PhD, is a computer scientist, who has recently completed a second doctoral degree in philosophy. He is author of Rationalist Spirituality, Why Materialism is Baloney, Dreamed Up Reality, Meaning in Absurdity, Brief Peeks Beyond, More Than Allegory, The Idea of the World, and Decoding Schopenhauer’s Metaphysics. He has published several papers on Scientific American’s website arguing for metaphysical idealism. His website is

Here he explains that the many tests performed with regard to Bell’s Theorem in physics have now clearly demonstrated that what we conventionally consider the objective world does not exist independent of our own observations. This is a serious problem for metaphysical materialism. However, it is easily reconciled by the metaphysics of the nineteenth century philosopher, Arthur Schopenhauer.

(Recorded on June 5, 2020)

Published on July 4, 2020


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