International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

A Review of the Ultron-Logotron Theory: Consciousness and Quantum Physics
Sung Jang Chung

A scientific relationship between mind and matter or self’s consciousness and quantum physics is still not clearly known in science because of lack of concrete human data that would enable us to objectively explain them. Consequently, physicists, neuroscientists, philosophers, psychologists, psychiatrists and medical scientists have been investigating to find experimental and/or objective proofs for the relationships between mind and matter, consciousness and quantum physics in the mind-brain system. This paper reviewed the hypothesis of the ultronlogotron theory related to relationships between mind and matter or self and consciousness that proposed the primary dynamics in the mind-brain interaction and attempted physical quantitative estimation of mental force and suggested that the range of the reduced Planck constant energy may be a minimum unit of mental forceenergy on the basis of the spin-mediated consciousness theory of Hu and Wu, and the Orch-OR theory of Penrose and Hameroff. In addition, relationships among self, mind and body, and those among self, society and nation in the human evolution are presented. In this review paper, the author summarized major studies of the ultronlogotron theory that is essentially based on Confucian philosophy and quantum physics.

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