A Theory of Consciousness: Five Essays on the Structure of Thought

232 Pages Posted: 13 May 2014

Date Written: December 17, 2012

Abstract

I propose in the following essays to dissect the concept of motion (development, evolution) in each of the above forms of order to find within each a pattern common to all. We will investigate the possibility that a single, uniform pattern exists in nature which coordinates all levels of reality into a single, comprehensive whole.

The central thesis of these essays is that each of the levels given above builds upon the previous level, and repeats its underlying structure. Thus a clear understanding of the key relationships and elements of philosophy assists in the understanding of the key elements of economics, the key elements of racial history, and next of national history, law, psychology, biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics. This linking of similar levels, a “chain of being,” is an ancient and modern idea, as we shall see.

Keywords: Rings of Saturn, Real GNP, Golden Mean, Phi, Kondratiev Wave, Global Financial Crisis, American Economic History, GNP Spiral, Okun’s Law, Revolution, Kaluza, Fifth Dimension, General Relativity, Astronomy, Zeno’s Paradox, Summation

JEL Classification: B41, B5, C01, C02, C50, C63, E00, E01, E10, E19, E30, N00, N01, N11, Z10, Z13

Suggested Citation

Albers, Scott A., A Theory of Consciousness: Five Essays on the Structure of Thought (December 17, 2012). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2436262 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2436262

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