Quantum Anthropology: Man, Cultures, and Groups in a Quantum Perspective

Charles University Karolinum Press: Prague, 2016

192 Pages Posted: 8 Nov 2016

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Radek Trnka

Prague College of Psychosocial Studies

Radmila Lorencova

Independent

Date Written: 2016

Abstract

The book offers a fresh look on man, cultures, and societies built on the current advances in the fields of quantum mechanics, quantum philosophy, and quantum consciousness. The authors have developed an inspiring theoretical framework transcending the boundaries of particular disciplines in social sciences and the humanities. Quantum anthropology is a perspective, studying man, culture, and humanity while taking into account the quantum nature of our reality. This framework redefines current anthropological theory in a new light, and provides an interdisciplinary overlap reaching to psychology, sociology, and consciousness studies.

Contents: 1. Introduction: Why Quantum Anthropology? 2. Empirical and Nonempirical Reality 3. Appearance, Frames, Intra-Acting Agencies, and Observer Effect 4. Emergence of Man and Culture 5. Fields, Groups, Cultures, and Social Complexity 6. Man as Embodiment 7. Collective Consciousness and Collective Unconscious in Anthropology 8. Life Trajectories of Man, Cultures and Societies 9. Death and Final Collapses of Cultures and Societies 10. Language, Collapse of Wave Function, and Deconstruction 11. Myth and Entanglement 12. Ritual, Observer Effect, and Collective Consciousness 13. Conclusions and Future Directions

Keywords: anthropology, anthropological, anthropological theory, quantum, economic anthropology, Kondratiev waves, deceleration of economics, expansion of economics, stagnation of economics, general systems theory, systems thinking, sociology, sociological, cultural sociology, social and cultural anthropology

JEL Classification: Z1, Z10, Z12, Z13, E32

Suggested Citation

Trnka, Radek and Lorencova, Radmila, Quantum Anthropology: Man, Cultures, and Groups in a Quantum Perspective (2016). Charles University Karolinum Press: Prague, 2016, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2862246

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Radmila Lorencova

Independent

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