The orthogonal surround sound matrix is based on certain mathematical functions which are found in the mechanisms of sound localization in the mid-brain, with equivalent mathematical functions also being found in the thermodynamics and dynamics of external, material reality. The principles involved serve as a bridge which spans the gap between the mathematical functions that dominate mental life and those which predominate within material reality. Important implications are to be found in relating this concept to learning processes, and sound discrimination, and psycholinguistics.
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