Quantum Anthropology: Man, Cultures, And Groups In A Quantum Perspective by Radek TrnkaQuantum Anthropology: Man, Cultures, And Groups In A Quantum Perspective by Radek Trnka

Quantum Anthropology: Man, Cultures, And Groups In A Quantum Perspective

byRadek Trnka, Radmila Lorencová

Paperback | November 15, 2017

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Quantum Anthropology offers a fresh look at humans, cultures, and societies that builds on advances in the fields of quantum mechanics, quantum philosophy, and quantum consciousness. Radek Trnka and Radmila Lorencová have developed an inspiring theoretical framework that transcends the boundaries of individual disciplines, and in this book they draw on philosophy, psychology, sociology, and consciousness studies to redefine contemporary sociocultural anthropological theory. Quantum anthropology, they argue, is a promising new perspective for the study of humanity that takes into account the quantum nature of our reality. This meta-ontology offers novel pathways for exploring the basic categories of our species’ being.
Radek Trnka is an anthropologist working at the Prague College of Psychosocial Studies and in the Social Health Institute at Palacký University in Olomouc. He is coeditor of Re-Constructing Emotional Spaces: From Experience to Regulation. Radmila Lorencova is an anthropologist teaching at the College of Applied Psychology in Terezín, C...
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Title:Quantum Anthropology: Man, Cultures, And Groups In A Quantum PerspectiveFormat:PaperbackDimensions:191 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.6 inPublished:November 15, 2017Publisher:Karolinum Press, Charles UniversityLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:8024634708

ISBN - 13:9788024634708

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
1. Introduction: Why Quantum Anthropology?
2. Empirical and Nonempirical Reality
3. Appearance, Frames, Intra-Acting Agencies, and Observer Effect
4. Emergency 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 Collapse 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
 
Glossary
References
Index
 

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