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Editors: Richard L. Amoroso (Noetic Advanced Studies Inst., Oakland, CA, USA)
Book Description:
The noetic model is the first theory of any kind to explain qualia in physical terms. The formal delineation of the life principle or élan vital explains not only the origin of self-organization in living systems, providing the basis for the first comprehensive dualist theory, but also is what makes the model empirically testable allowing this volume to make history. The floodgates are about to open to almost unimaginable advances in the field of consciousness studies. This new book introduces a comprehensive empirically testable model of dualism-interactionism to legitimize the interactionist model at a level tantamount to any other avenue of epistemological investigation.

Table of Contents:

Part I. Neurophysiology and Quantum Physics of Consciousness

Chapter 1. An instantiation of Eccles Brain/Mind Dualism and Beyond;pp. 3-10
(Karl H. Pribram, Cognitive Neuroscience Program, Georgetown University,Washington,DC USA)

Chapter 2. Dreams, Soul and Self Awareness: A Quantum Physical Point of View;pp. 11-34
(Fred A. Wolf, Have Brains Will Travel, San Francisco,CA,USA)

Chapter 3. Quantum Mechanics and the Effect of Intentional Will;pp. 35-64
(E. A. Rauscher, Tecnic Research Labs, Apache Junction,AZ,USA)

Chapter 4. The Quest for Consciousness: A Quantum Neurobiological Approach;pp. 65-74
(Henry P. Stapp, Lawrence Berkeley National Labs,Berkeley,CA,USA)

(Mitja Peruš, Vuzenica,Slovenia,EU)

Part II. Philosophy of Mind / Theological Insights

Chapter 6. What Does the Mind Do that the Brain Does not?;pp. 117-134
(Jean E. Burns,Consciousness Studies, San Leandro,CA,USA)

Chapter 7. Holoinformational Consciousness: An Extension of Interactive Dualism;pp. 135-143
(Francisco Di Biase,Clinica Di Biase,Rio de Janeiro,Brazil)

Chapter 8. Sources of Complementarity Between Mind and Body;pp. 145-162
(Mihai Draganescu, Romanian Academy, Bucharest,Romania)

Chapter 9. An Endogenous Light Nexus Theory of Consciousness;pp. 163-180
(Karl Simanonok, Long Beach,CA,USA)

Chapter 10. Consciousness - Holomatrix - Quantized Dimensional Mechanics;pp. 181-190
(István Dienes, Institute for Strategic Research, Budapest,Hungary)

Chapter 11. Linguistic Cosmology: The Language of Continuous Creation;pp. 191-215
(Stan Tenen, Meru Foundation,Sharon,MA, USA)

Part III – Realizing the Dream: A Comprehensive Dualist / Interactionist Cosmology of Mind

Chapter 12. Consciousness: The Philosophical Foundations of Noetic Field Theory;pp, 219-254
(Richard L. Amoroso, Noetic Advanced Studies Institute,Oakland,CA,USA)

Chapter 13. Defining a Context for the Cosmology of Awareness;pp. 255-276
(Richard L. Amoroso, Noetic Advanced Studies Institute,Oakland,CA,USA)

Chapter 14. The Physical Origin of the Principle of Self-Organization Driving Living Systems;pp. 277-312
(Richard L. Amoroso, Noetic Advanced Studies Institute,Oakland,CA,USA)

Chapter 15. The Physical Basis of Qualia: Delineating the Substance of Thought;pp. 313-342
(Richard L. Amoroso, Noetic Advanced Studies Institute,Oakland,CA,USA)

Chapter 16. Completing Epistemology: The Utility of Transcendence as a Tool in Scientific Theory Formation;pp. 343-355
(Richard L. Amoroso, Noetic Advanced Studies Institute,Oakland,CA,USA )


      World Philosophy Series
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2010
   Pages: 7 x 10, 362 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-61668-203-3
   Status: AV
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