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Physics of the Soul

Author : Amit Goswami
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In Physics of the Soul, Dr. Goswami helps you understand the perplexities of the quantum physics model of reality and the perennial beliefs of spiritual and religious traditions. He shows how they are not only compatible but also provide essential support for each other. The result is a deeply broadened, exciting, and enriched worldview that integrates mind and spirit into science. One of today's pioneering thinkers in science and spirituality, Dr. Goswami taught physics for 32 years, was a professor of Theoretical Science at the University of Oregon, and is currently senior resident researcher at the world-renowned Institute of Noetic Sciences. He is an advocate of "monistic idealism," the philosophy that defines consciousness, not materiality, as the primary reality.

Physics of the Soul

Author : Goswami, Amit
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Uses quantum physics and descriptions from The Tibetian Book of the Dead to address such mystical concepts as immortality, reincarnation, and the afterlife, discussing consciousness as a scientific reality.

Remembering the Future

Author : Brooks A. Agnew
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The author proposes a scientific basis for the power of intention in the creation of future realities.

The Spiritual Universe

Author : Fred Alan Wolf
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Why do we believe in the soul? Does it actually exist? If so, what is it? Does it differ from the self? Is it part of the material world? Does it survive the body after death? In The Spiritual Universe, Fred Alan Wolf brings the most modern perspective of quantum physics to the most ancient questions of religion and philosophy. Taking the reader on a fascinating tour of both Western and Eastern thought, Wolf explains the differing view of the soul in the works of Plato, Aristotle, and St. Thomas--the ancient Egyptian's believe in the nine forms of the soul/ the Qabalistic idea of the soul acting in secret to bring spiritual order to a chaotic universe of matter and energy--and the Buddhist vision of a "nonsoul." And, Wolf mounts a defense of the soul against its modern critics who see it as nothing more than the physical body.

The Soul Hypothesis

Author : Mark C. Baker
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What do we mean when we speak about the soul? What are the arguments for the existence of the soul as distinct from the physical body? Do animals have souls? What is the difference between the mind and the soul? The Soul Hypothesis brings together experts from philosophy, linguistics and science to discuss the validity of these questions in the modern world. They contend that there is an aspect of the nature of human beings that is not reducible to the matter that makes up our bodies. This perspective is part of a family of views traditionally classified in philosophy as substance dualism, and has something serious in common with the ubiquitous human belief in the soul. The Soul Hypothesis presents views from a range of sciences and the resulting big picture shows, more clearly than could a single author with one area of expertise, that there is room for a soul hypothesis.

A Companion to Early Modern Philosophy

Author : Steven Nadler
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This is a reference for early modern philosophy. Representing the most contemporary research in the history of early modern philosophy, it is organized by thinker rather than theme, and covers every important philosopher and philosophical movement of 16th- and 18th-century Europe.

Soul Power

Author : Guy McKanna
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"A monumental work," says Dr. Valerie Hunt, former professor at Columbia University, University of Iowa and University California, Los Angeles, and author of Infinite Mind. For thousands of years, people have questioned how the human soul works and expresses spirituality. Now, for the first time there is an objective answer grounded in science that explains spiritual phenomena. Soul Power: Science, Spirituality and the Search for the Soul brings together recent advances in neurobiology, physics and psychology and reconciles them with ancient texts and religious scriptures in a revealing new study of the soul. This groundbreaking book is the most comprehensive account of the science involved in spirituality. It details how some scientists have been able to recreate spiritual experiences in people, regardless of their beliefs. Soul Power's examination of what our heightened spiritual senses perceive has been described as the best scientific evidence so far for the existence of God.

Wounds in the Middle Ages

Author : Anne Kirkham
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Wounds were a potent signifier reaching across all aspects of life in Europe in the middle ages, and their representation, perception and treatment is the focus of this volume. Following a survey of the history of medical wound treatment in the middle ages, paired chapters explore key themes situating wounds within the context of religious belief, writing on medicine, status and identity, and surgical practice. The final chapter reviews the history of medieval wounding through the modern imagination. Adopting an innovative approach to the subject, this book will appeal to all those interested in how past societies regarded health, disease and healing and will improve knowledge of not only the practice of medicine in the past, but also of the ethical, religious and cultural dimensions structuring that practice.

The Genesis of Neo Kantianism 1796 1880

Author : Frederick C. Beiser
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Neo-Kantianism was an important movement in German philosophy of the late 19th century. Frederick Beiser traces its development back to the late 18th century, and explains its rise as a response to three major developments in German culture: the collapse of speculative idealism; the materialism controversy; and the identity crisis of philosophy.--[Source inconnue].

Physics of the World Soul

Author : Matthew Segall
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