Quantum physics and consciousness books
The Physics Of Consciousness: The Quantum Mind And The Meaning Of Life by Evan Harris WalkerE-mail: maldonadocarlos unbosque. Probably the crux of quantum science is the relationship between consciousness and reality. The name for that relation is varied, and points out to a most fundamental problem, namely the possibility to overcome dualism. In science and philosophy at large, determinism and reductionism have already been tackled, if not superseded. The trouble though remains with dualism. This paper argues in favor of a radical relationship between reality and consciousness based on quantum theory. Such a relation is panpsychism, which can be translated and grasped in various other forms.
Fred Kuttner - Quantum Enigma: Physics Encounters Consciousness
Popular Quantum Consciousness Intelligence Books
At the end of the workshop, some of the writers asked if I had a list of those. A couple of them made the list of recommended science books for non-scientists that I posted here back in April, but I don't seem to have a quantum-specific list. So let's fix that What follows is a selection of popular-audience books on quantum physics that I think are particularly good in one way or another. This is not an exhaustive list, by any means, just a personal selection from the subset of pop-quantum books that I happen to have read.
The quantum mind or quantum consciousness  is a group of hypotheses which proposes that classical mechanics cannot explain consciousness. It posits that quantum mechanical phenomena, such as quantum entanglement and superposition , may play an important part in the brain's function and could form the basis for an explanation of consciousness. Assertions that consciousness is somehow quantum-mechanical can overlap with quantum mysticism , a pseudoscientific movement that involves assigning supernatural characteristics to various quantum phenomena such as nonlocality and the observer effect. Eugene Wigner developed the idea that quantum mechanics has something to do with the workings of the mind. He proposed that the wave function collapses due to its interaction with consciousness.