Elemental Mind: Human Consciousness and the New Physics

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Dutton, 1993 - Philosophy - 308 pages
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Explores the place of consciousness in nature, drawing on new ideas in physics to argue that consciousness is a fundamental process of nature like light and electricity, rather than something that appears only in humans. 20,000 first printing.

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A physicist's daring investigation of mind and its relation to matter. According to Herbert (Quantum Reality, 1985, etc.), the famous ``Turing test''—in which a computer is considered to be conscious ... Read full review

Contents

Steps Toward a Science of Consciousness
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Prominent Landmarks of Inner
40
A Tour of the Minds
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