What does Quantum Realism imply for the philosophy of mind and the philosophy of time?
1. a whole is greater than the sum of its parts
2. the value of a measurement is dependent on the measurement context
3. Relationalism: a state is relative to which system is doing the measuring
4. non-locality (which isn't a problem)
The philosophy of mind: Dualism, Materialism, Qualia-ism
Dualism: there is the physical and there is the mental, and they are tightly correlated. If a single irreducible quale q is correlated to a single irreducible quantum system s, the number of possible subjective states increases wildly as the number of subsystems (by (1)) increases.
(Double-Aspectism (Chalmers:) is a mature form of Dualism: the physical and qualia are two aspects of one kind of underlying stuff.)
Materialism: everything, including all subjective experience, is identical to a collection of physical entities in some configuration.
Qualia-ism: everything, including all "objects", are identical to a collection of qualia in some configuration.
The philosophy of time: A-series, B-series
I don't know.