Origins of Consciousness: How the Search to Understand the Nature of Consciousness is Leading to a New View of Reality

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Author: Nelson, Adrian David


Edition: First Edition

Number Of Pages: 220

Details: Product Description In recent years science and philosophy have seen a resurgence of open-mindedness toward deeper views of consciousness. This book explores ideas and evidence now changing the way scientists and philosophers approach the place of consciousness in the universe. From the frontiers of modern physics and cosmology to controversial experiments exploring telepathy and mind-matter interaction, the emerging view promises to change how we understand our place in the universe, our relationship to other life, and the nature of reality itself. Review Origins of Consciousness is visionary, prophetic, grounded in comprehensive scholarship -- and beautifully written. It is without a doubt one of the best treatments of consciousness I have read. No one in the 21st century can consider themselves educated without an awareness of the evidence presented in this book.  Larry Dossey, MD Author of One Mind Adrian Nelson has given us a remarkably insightful and highly readable account of current thinking about consciousness, and its profound influence on the entire scope of our new understand of reality.  Allan Leslie Combs, Ph.D Author of Consciousness Explained Better This book is a rare, comprehensive & insightful reading for anybody interested in an in-depth analysis of the current status of consciousness studies. Well informed and courageous in outlining and seeking unanswered questions. A great roadmap for the traveller in the fields of contemporary consciousness studies. It can also serve very well for a concise textbook for graduate or advanced master's courses in philosophy. The author offers his wise insight with a fresh point of view.  Basios Vasileios, Ph.D The Mind-Matter Mapping Project

Release Date: 04-06-2016

Package Dimensions: 9.0 x 6.1 x 0.8 inches

Languages: English