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Origins of Consciousness: How the Search to Understand the Nature of Consciousness is Leading to a New View of Reality Paperback – June 4, 2016
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Origins of Consciousness is visionary, prophetic, grounded in comprehensive scholarship -- and beautifully written. It is without a doubt one of the best treatments of consciousness I have read. No one in the 21st century can consider themselves educated without an awareness of the evidence presented in this book.
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Adrian Nelson has given us a remarkably insightful and highly readable account of current thinking about consciousness, and its profound influence on the entire scope of our new understand of reality.
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This book is a rare, comprehensive & insightful reading for anybody interested in an in-depth analysis of the current status of consciousness studies. Well informed and courageous in outlining and seeking unanswered questions. A great roadmap for the traveller in the fields of contemporary consciousness studies. It can also serve very well for a concise textbook for graduate or advanced master's courses in philosophy. The author offers his wise insight with a fresh point of view.
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Read this book, if anything because it is extremely well written, articulate, and insightful.
A must read for anyone interested in consciousness and the nature of reality.