I highly recommend Aping Mankind to all free thinkers!
This is a rare and remarkable work of synthesis of scientific fact and philosophy from a medical professional immersed in the neurological and biological sciences.
As Tallis points out, one facet of something can't cause another facet of the same thing, any more than the inside of a house can cause the outside of the house.
When I throw a ball to someone else, I am yet again demonstrating the operation of a certain natural law. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Tallis, a prominent British philosopher and neuroscientist, takes issue with the advocates of evolution that believe that the natural succession of man is reduced to understanding... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Ian Gordon Malcomson
I have never read a book that demonstrate more blatantly how atheism can operate like a religious believe, as in this book. Read morePublished 18 months ago by HA Den Boer
Actually, I'm not sure he's ahead of the curve, maybe more like riding the approaching wave. Going to work the other day, PBS had a story about how the verbal and visual centers of... Read morePublished 23 months ago by J. A. Haverstick
Tallis argues that physics is trying to steel FLATNESS from under our noses.
The scientists say that 'up' and 'down' is relative to the position of a body in space-time and if... Read more
This is part of a series of books by Raymond Tallis that challenge the current scientific consensus on the nature of the mind and the status of human beings within nature. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Arthur Witherall
Ray Tallis comes out fighting in this masterful, well-written examination of the basis of consciousness. Tallis shows how weak most of the modern pronouncements on the subject are. Read morePublished on May 22, 2012 by R. Schultz