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Aetherometric view of Biocentrism
- Microfunctionalist perspectives of Life and Aether

by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N.
Aurora Biophysics Research Institute

J Sci Polit Thought, Volume 1, Issue 3 (December 2012),  pp. 1-10

Article ID:   JSPT01-03-01

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Subjective relativism was reintroduced into philosophy and made into a dogma of science by the Copenhagen School's treatment of the quantum, whose error we have demonstrated. Its most extreme interpretation rejoins the old idealist forms of solipsism, and it has been rekindled anew under the guise of biology, not physics, in the theory of "Biocentrism". However, only too many doubts arise as to whether the proposed centrism is biological at all, and whether its concept of the subject does not reduce a subject to a mere detector, or network of detectors. Moreover, it seems that Biocentrism completely missed the biophysical particularities of the living.