Quantum Psychology: How Brain Software Programs You and Your World

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New Falcon, 1990 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 202 pages
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Throughout human history, thoughts, values and behaviours have been coloured by language and the prevailing view of the universe. With the advent of Quantum Mechanics, relativity, non-Euclidean geometries, non-Aristotelian logic and General Semantics, the scientific view of the world has changed dramatically from just a few decades ago. Nonetheless, human thinking is still deeply rooted in the cosmology of the middle ages. This is the book to change your way of perceiving yourself -- and the universe. Some say it's materialistic, others call it scientific and still others insist it's mystical. It is all of these -- and none. The book for the 21st Century, complete with exercises. Picks up where "Prometheus Rising" left off. Some say it's materialistic, others call it scientific and still others insist it's mystical. It is all of these -- and none.

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User Review  - George Coghill - Goodreads

Great book. Definitely the book of his I should have been suggesting to people all these years instead of Cosmic Trigger. A good overview on Wilson's view of the world and how to make your own. Prometheus Rising is a good companion to this. Read full review

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User Review  - Sara E. - Goodreads

must read. Read full review

Contents

A Parable About a Parable
25
The Problem of Deep Reality
28
HusbandWife WaveParticle Dualities
39
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About the author (1990)

Wilson is Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and a member of the Cognitive Science Group at the university's Beckman Institute.

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