Quantum Superposition/Social Superposition and Classic Sociological Theory

Author: Steven Gerardi

ABSTRACT
This effort suggests that the Quantum physics concept of Superposition (Superposition suggests that any two states can be combined as one, becoming one distinct state) has had a profound effect on early sociological classic theory. Therefore, in response to the increased application of Quantum Superposition in the development of classical sociological theory, this effort has referred to this adaptation as “Social Superposition”. Defined “Social Superposition” is a Sociological Theory having two social states combined and layered as one. However, when one social state is observed, a new and unique social state emerges, social change has occurred.

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Journal: Sociology Mind
DOI: 10.4236/sm.2018.81002 (PDF)
Paper Id: 81615 (metadata)

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