Introduction to Quantum Metamechanics (QMM)


  • Christopher Langan


CTMU, Cognitive-Theoretic Model of the Universe, Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Metamechanics, QM, QMM, Ontology, Quantum Ontology, Metaformalization, Formal Quantization, Metacausation, Retrocausation, Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics


Solutions for problems arising at the limits of science and philosophy require ontological grounding. Quantum Mechanics (QM) is increasingly called upon as a source of insight regarding such problems, but is not itself well-understood. The fact that QM has many conflicting interpretations for which ontological status is claimed demands a "post-quantum" theory which clarifies its meaning, settles the differences among its interpretations, and facilitates the analysis and solution of otherwise intractable problems. Herein described as Quantum Metamechanics (QMM), this theory is a "meta-interpretative" mapping of QM and its various interpretations into a supertautological description of reality, the CTMU Metaformal System. By incorporating the CTMU, a true ontic identity supporting the self-identification and self-existence of reality, QMM provides QM with a valid ontology in terms of which its various interpretations can be evaluated and synergized.




How to Cite

Langan, C. (2020). Introduction to Quantum Metamechanics (QMM). Cosmos and History: The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy, 15(2), 265–300. Retrieved from