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Bucke's account (1901) of his research and contemplation on the trend towards heightened intellectual awareness in man, through evolution, explaining his theory of the three stages of conscious development that culminate in flashes of understanding of the life and order of the cosmos, illustrated by his own and others' experiences. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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I WOULD GIVE IT TEN STARS! ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS EVER WRITTEN ABOUT THE NAUTURE OF NATURE & CONSCIOUSNESSPublished 2 months ago by TIM HAYES
I read this book when I was in college in the late 1970's and it changed my life. I was desperately seeking answers to all of the questions that Dr. Bucke's book addressed. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bliss
Dr. Richard Maurice Bucke (1837-1902), the revolutionary Canadian psychiatrist and an intimate friend of Walt Whitman, wrote the book Cosmic Consciousness based on independent... Read morePublished 3 months ago by John Villa
Back in the early spring of 1976, having just had my 30th birthday, I too experienced a spiritual awakening of “cosmic consciousness”. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Raymond J. Hockley
Daughter bought this for me while I was incarcerated and it sure put things in a different perspective-KevinPublished 11 months ago by Kevin L. Mccune
Dated Ideas about races and evolution. Much of this book are quotes from previous works. These view are antiquated and no longer valid.Published 17 months ago by bobby cooper
Bucke's work provides us, from his early 20th century perspective, a wonderful introduction to and summary of many of history's illuminated thinkers. Read morePublished 23 months ago by James Davis