F. Dyson, in a very thoughtful article,1 points to the everbroadening scope of scientific inquiry. Whether or not the relation of mind to body will enter the realm of scientific inquiry in the near future-and the present writer is prepared to admit that this is an open question-it seems worthwhile to summarize the views to which a dispassionate contemplation of the most obvious facts leads. The present writer has no other qualification to offer his views than has any other physicist and he believes that most of his colleagues would present similar opinions on the subject, if pressed.
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Wigner, E.P. (1995). Remarks on the Mind-Body Question. In: Mehra, J. (eds) Philosophical Reflections and Syntheses. The Collected Works of Eugene Paul Wigner, vol B / 6. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-78374-6_20
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