Cyclic States as Biological Space-Time Fields

  • G. Schaltenbrand


Time is often conceived of as comprising the past, the present, and the future, arranged along a straight line. This conception of time resembles that of the three spatial dimensions with the difference that whereas the direction of time is irreversible, directions in 3 -dimensional space are reversible.


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    Georges Schaltenbrand: “Die biologischen Voraussetzungen der Sprache,” Munch. Med. Wochenschrift 102 (17) (1960): 817–22.Google Scholar
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    This was first postulated by Christian von Monakow in Die Lokalisation im Grosshirn (Wiesbaden: Bergmann 1914).Google Scholar
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    See e.g. G.J. Whitrow: The Natural Philosopby of Time ( London: Nelson 1961 ), pp. 280–3.Google Scholar
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