The Quantum Self demonstrates how developments in modern subatomic physics demand a radical reappraisal of our conventional model of personality. In The Quantum Self, Danah Zohar argues that the insights of modem physics can illuminate our understanding of everyday life — our relationships to ourselve.. . The Quantum Self. Human Nature and Consciousness Defined by the New Physics by Danah Zohar. Quill/William Morrow ISBN It’s hard to.
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The Quantum Self
There was a time when everything in my life was quantum. Her Cosmic Hussy selects, simultaneously, all of her possible suitors and lives out zohad life with each one, marrying, having children and grandchildren, before deciding which man she chooses to collapse her quantum wave function upon at the altar.
The logic of this has led naturally to the computational, or computer, model of the brain.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Terry Golden rated it it xelf amazing Aug 21, The Quantum World View. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Published May 24th by William Morrow Paperbacks first published May 01, Cindy Barnes rated it it was amazing.
Others, in contrast, can interpret that prayer as a Nietzsche-like assertion of self, breaking away from the shackles of conformity, creating a self that is in harmony with itself. Ali rated it liked it Sep 16, Account Options Sign in.
Harper CollinsMay 24, – Science – pages. Having learned more since then, I have shut up danahh quantum theory for fear that someone expose me as a hapless dabbler.
Ourselves as Coauthors of. Having settled down with one suitor, she will have left traces of her many trials virtual transitions, in quantum terms all over the globe in the form of rhe children, former residences, etc. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I fanah reached a level of understanding of the theory that was good enough to talk the talk, but poor enough to be completely unable to walk the walk.
Orang Barat gengsi banget yak kalo ngakuin hal-hal yg berasal tradisi Timur? Jan 18, Ron Wood rated it it was amazing. Paperbackpages. Since the low level microwave radiation that collapses into the condensed phase of consciousness does not stop at the skin, our consciousness inter-relates with other living and perhaps non-living matter in the universe. Zohar considers all the possible paths that a young girl might take from virginity to married bliss.
The Quantum Self by Danah Zohar. These correlated phase states in our cellular structures, Zohar suggests provide the physical basis for the phenomena we know as consciousness. Instead of a motley conglomeration of tissue, heart, lungs, kidneys, zobar. Also, while some individuals are more particle than a relational wave, Zohar does not talk about this auantum. Nov 25, Stephen rated it it was amazing.
Return to Book Page. She strays zobar far from the materialist principles that she covers in the first part of her book. Bo Mcfarland rated it really liked it May 20, Amin rated it liked it Apr 07, I came back to The Quantum Self satisfied with its plausibility. Using analogies and layman language, she explains theories in an easy to understand way while still going into enough detail. A Physics of Everyday Life.
Guiding us through the strange and fascinating workings of the subatomic realm to create a new model of human consciousness, the author addresses enduring philosophical questions. Sep 14, Bob Nichols rated it really liked it. Particle and wave are united by something transcendent so that a whole is more than the sum of its parts.
Tapi, karena buku ini sangat fasih dalam bertutur, dan yang terutama, berhasil memformulasikan sufi dalam persamaan fisika, saia kasih 5 bintang: In this ground-breaking book Danah Zohar lays the foundation for a science of consciousness. In this way, Zoh In the first half of the book, Zohar provides a primer on the quantum world. Sep 07, Derek rated it really liked it.
The Quantum Self by Danah Zohar, A Review by Bobby Matherne
Descartes splits mind and body into the mental and the physical. Newtonian physics cannot explain consciousness. It is not an easy book, and not for those who do not want to take the time to think and learn. In this way, Zohar sees ultimate reality as indeterminate being.