George Adelman, MIT
What is reality and what is illusion? In this very interesting book, Don Keyes draws on the one side from current research into the brain and on the other from traditional philosophies, to construct a unifie view of the world which will fully satisfy the claims of the material and the spiritual.
Professor Emeritus John Macquarrie, University of Oxford.
This is a well-timed book in view of the plethora of works covering a clearly popular subject that draws from mathematics, through to pyschology and philosophy. A strength of Keyes' book is that it ranges from more theoretical, philosophical approaches through to an heroic attempt at presenting the neuroscience to the lay reader as well.
Susan Greenfield, author of Journey to the Centers of the Mind and The Human Brain: A Guided Tour
The author brings together neurobiology and philosophy to examine consciousness.
Hastings Center Report