Author:Vasil Penchev

Publications
EasyChair Preprint no. 4409
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Keyphrases

anthropogenesis, arithmetic, Atom, axiom of (transfinite) induction, axiom of choice11, axiom of induction2, axiom of transfinite induction2, Big Bang, bit and choice, bit and qubit4, BKS theory, Boltzmann, Carl Linneaus, Carnot, category theory, causality, causation, Chemical transformation, choice14, choice and well ordering, classical and quantum information, coherent state, Complementarity, completeness2, Completeness of quantum mechanics, complex probability, computation time, confinement2, conservation, consistent completeness of mathematics and physics unification of mathematics and physics, Course of time, creation, cyclicity, dark energy2, dark matter2, determinism, Determinism and Indeterminism, duality, eidetic or phenomenological or transcendental reduction epoché, eidetic reduction2, Einstein2, Einstein vs quantum mechanics, elements and system, Emmy Noether’s theorems of conservation, Energy2, energy conservation, energy conservation in quantum mechanics, entanglement10, episteme, Epoché2, EPR2, equilibrium, evolution and future of homo sapiens, Fermat's last theorem, Fermat’s Last Theorem, Feynman interpretation of quantum mechanics, finiteness, finitism, formal and mathematical semantics, formal transcendentalism, Four-Color Theorem, frame2, frame and reference frame, frame semantics2, free will2, free will theorems2, freewill2, freewill theorems, General Relativity4, general relativity and quantum gravity, Gentzen arithmetic, Gentzen proof of completeness, Gibbs, Gibbs and Boltzmann thermodynamics, Gleason’s theorem, goal, God, gravity, Gödel Incompleteness Theorems, Gödel mathematics2, halting problem, Hamilton representation, Heidegger's Aletheia, Henkin's propostion, Heyting Arithmetic, hidden variables, hidden variables in quantum mechanics, Hilbert arithmetic, Hilbert mathematics2, Hilbert Program, Hilbert space6, Hilbert space of quantum mechanics, hominization, Husserl's Phenomenology, Husserl’s phenomenology, identity, incompleteness, indeterminism, induction, infinite computation3, infinite descent, Infinity, information10, information of infinite sets or series, Information symmetry, interpretation of quantum mechanics, invariance to the discrete and continuous, Kochen-Specker theorem2, Kolmogorov’s axiom of probability, lagrange representation, language, Leibniz, Lob's theorem, logic, Mach’s “economy of thought”, Mamardashvili, many-worlds interpretation of QM, mass3, mass at rest, matrix mechanics, matter, matter and energy, measure, measurement in quantum mechanics, metaphor, Michel Foucault, mind, Minkowski space2, model, Model and reality, Nash's equilibrium, Natural argument, ncompleteness, negative probability, Neumann's equilibrium, nonstandard Peano arithmetic, observer, Occasionalism, oppostion, order2, P vs NP, parts and whole, Peano arithmetic5, Periodic Table, phenomenological and transcendental reduction, phenomenological reduction, phenomenological thermpdynamics, Phenomenology, physical and mathematical transcendentalism, physical entity, Poincaré’s conjecture, principle of universal mathematizability2, Probabilistic Causation, probabilistic interpretation of QM, probability, pseudo-Riemannian space2, Pythagoreanism, quantum, quantum chemistry2, quantum computer8, quantum computer as a Turing machine generalization, quantum entanglement3, quantum gravity3, quantum information30, quantum invariance, quantum mechanics5, quantum occasionalism, quantum Turing machine3, qubi, qubit11, reality2, reference frame, representation, Reverse Causality, Schizophrenia, Schrödinger equation, set and set theory, set theory3, Skolem's paradox, standard model2, statistical thermodynamics, substance, the Big Bang, the standard model2, the totality2, The Universe, the “Big Bang”, theorems of Noether (1918), time4, totality2, transcendental invariance, transcendental reduction, Turing machine4, two complimentary arithmetics, undulatory mechanics, Unitarity, unity of mathematics and physics, Universal Logic, universal pattern recognition2, universal taxonomy, vector space, wave function, wave-particle duality2, Well ordering theorem, well-ordering8, well-ordering principle, “Symbol and Consciousness”.