About the Author
Dr. Peter Baofu is the author of 26 books (including this current one), which propose 37 new theories on the mind, nature, society, and culture - ranging from the social sciences through the humanities and the formal sciences to the natural sciences. He is known for his pioneering works on 'post-humanity,' 'combinational organization,' 'comprehensive creative thinking,' 'multilogical learning,' 'contingent urban planning,' 'post-capitalism,' 'selective geometry,' 'post-democracy,' 'contrastive advantages,' 'ambivalent technology,' 'authoritarian liberal democracy,' 'the post-post-Cold-War era,' 'post-civilization,' 'transformative aesthetic experience,' 'synthetic information architecture,' 'contrastive mathematical logic,' 'dialectic complexity,' 'after-postmodernity,' 'sophisticated methodological holism,' 'post-human space-time,' 'existential dialectics,' 'unfolding unconsciousness,' 'floating consciousness,' 'hyper-spatial consciousness,' and so on. Dr. Baofu earned an entry to the list of 'prominent and emerging writers' in Contemporary Authors (2005) and another honorary entry in The Writers Directory (2007) - and was also interviewed on television and in newspapers about his original ideas. He was a U.S. Fulbright Scholar in the Far East. He had taught as a professor at different universities in Western Europe, the Caucasus, the Middle East, the Balkans, Central Asia, South Asia, and North America. He finished more than 5 academic degrees, including a Ph.D. from M.I.T., and was a summa cum laude graduate.