In this paper, we introduce a new type of computation called “Morphic Computing”. Morphic Computing is based on Field Theory and more specifically Morphic Fields. Morphic Fields were first introduced by Rupert Sheldrake  from his hypothesis of formative causation that made use of the older notion of Morphogenetic Fields. In this paper, we introduce the basis for this new computing paradigm.
KeywordsMorphic Computing Morphogenetic Computing Morphic Fields Morphogenetic Fields Quantum Computing DNA Computing
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