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MATHEMATICAL UNDERSTANDING OF CONSCIOUSNESS AND UNCONCIOUSNESS

  • LEE, NAMI (DR. LEE'S PSYCHOLANALYSIS CLINIC) ;
  • KIM, EUN YOUNG (DEPARTMENT OF NEUROPSYCHIATRY, SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL, MENTAL HEALTH CENTER, SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY HEALTH CARE CENTER) ;
  • SHIN, CHANGSOO (DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY RESOURCES ENGINEERING, SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY)
  • Received : 2017.04.12
  • Accepted : 2017.05.29
  • Published : 2017.06.25

Abstract

This paper approaches the subject of consciousness and unconsciousness from a mathematical point of view. It sets up a hypothesis that when unconscious state becomes conscious state, high density energy is released. We argue that the process of transformation of unconsciousness into consciousness can be expressed using the infinite recursive Heaviside step function. We claim that differentiation of the potential of unconsciousness with respect to time is the process of being conscious in a world where only time exists, since the thinking process never have any concrete space. We try to attribute our unconsciousness to a special solution of the multi-dimensional advection partial differential equation which can be represented by the finite recursive Heaviside step function. Mathematical language explains how the infinitive neural process is perceived and understood by consciousness in a definitive time.

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